PCMag.com’s Top 5 Business Desktops
Business desktops are built to last longer, and are usually easier to service than consumer PCs. The longer a business PC is down, the more money it costs you in lost earning time.
Lenovo ThinkCentre Edge 71 ($508 direct)
This desktop is not a speed demon by any means, but it is faster than similarly priced competitors, and has some expansion room.
Lenovo ThinkCentre M71z ($917 direct)
This touch-screen all-in-one desktop will please most of your workers with its nice price, decent design, and corporate credibility.
HP TouchSmart 9300 Elite ($1,564 direct)
This is HP’s business version of its successful TouchSmart 610 system. It has a responsive touch screen, an ergonomically friendly 65-degree tilt mechanism, and a whole lot of computing power. If you’re serious about developing touch applications for your business clients, this is the PC for you.
HP Compaq 8200 Elite USDT ($869 direct)
This compact desktop isn’t burdened by legacy hardware, making it a good choice for businesses dealing mainly with information on the LAN or on the Internet.
Lenovo ThinkCentre M91p ($1,180 direct)
The definition of the enterprise-class desktop, this easy-to-service yet sturdy chassis and Intel Core i5 processor will be a hit with your employees.
Source: The Top 5 Best Business Desktops
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