Australia: Lenovo has unveiled two workstations, the ThinkStation S20 and D20.
It also has an e-commerce platform, the Lenovo eLounge, to give customers an interactive way to experience computing solutions online.
“Designers, engineers, developers and scientists require the highest levels in computing performance to help them produce breakthrough innovations,” said, Matthew Steele director, Server and Workstation Sales, Lenovo A/NZ.
“The new ThinkStation workstations will deliver not only the utmost in performance, but also a user-centric design with an emphasis on quiet operation, even during heavy processing.”
The workstations include Xeon processors, NVIDIA Quadro line of graphics cards or optional ATI FirePro graphics and preloaded Windows Vista with support for RedHat Enterprise Linux 5.2.
Both workstations using 50 percent recycled content. In the ThinkStation D20, nearly 30 percent of the recycled content comes from post consumer recycled content.
They also meet the Energy Star 5.0 criteria taking effect in July.
The eLounge e-commerce platform merges customer service with online shopping.
For example, a father and son who live in different cities can shop for a PC together and receive answers in real-time from Lenovo representatives to pick the right technology.