Lenovo shows off ThinkStation E31 workstation in two different sizes

Don’t let that headline fool you: although Lenovo technically just unveiled one product, the ThinkStation E31 workstation, it actually shoehorned two distinct machines into one press release. Behold: a budget workstation available as a conventionally sized tower, as well as compact one. Whichever you choose, both support up to 32GB of RAM and are available with either an Intel Xeon E3-1200 CPU or a range of Ivy Bridge processors. Regardless of the size, you’ll get nine USB ports, including four of the 3.0 variety. And, in addition to Windows 7 / XP, they’re Windows 8-ready, and can run Red Hat as well. It’s at this juncture, though, that the specs start to diverge, with the heftier machine naturally offering more expandability.

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Lenovo shows off ThinkStation E31 workstation in two different sizes


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