Lenovo M700 Intel i3 128GB SSD Tiny Desktop

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Lenovo M700 Intel i3 128GB SSD Tiny Desktop
Price: $349.99
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Got mine this past Saturday, and I’m very happy with it. Seems like a solid little PC.

The M700 I received has a 2.5" Sandisk X300 128GB SSD and the Intel 3165 1x1 AC card. There is an empty slot on the board that will accommodate an m.2 SATA 2280 SSD.

I added this 4GB DDR4-2133 SO-DIMM for a total of 8GB.

Mine also has another DP port installed in the place next to the Ethernet connector that they show in the picture as a blank.

I did think it was a bit odd there were no Windows 10 license certs or media of any kind, but I guess that’s how it is now.

The keyboard and mouse are somewhat cheap, not even up to the quality of what Dell would give you, but I won’t be using them anyways.

Finally, the first thing I did after booting it up was use the MS in-place Win10 Start Fresh tool to remove any ‘non-essential’ software.


How’s it do with Minecraft? I’m always looking for a replacement for our hulking kitchen shared pc.

Should be fine for Minecraft. My daughter plays it with a Haswell i3 and it looks great. The 530 GPU on this i3 should be significantly better.

Since Windows 8, OEMs no longer include a COA sticker or card with machines that have an OEM Windows license. Instead, the product key is written to a write-once chip on the motherboard, and Windows activates itself from the built in product key.

You should be able to, for example, do a fresh reinstallation of Windows 10 Pro on the M700 and it will immediately activate with the built-in key.

You can download Windows 10 installation media directly from Microsoft if you need it. Go here.

The service manual for this thing is nearly impossible to find. CNET has a copy, though.

Is this thing come with the vertical stand?
I am considering to buy one if it is not included.