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New desktop ThinkCentre A51 adds to Lenovo’s 64-bit technology product portfolio

13-October-2005
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New desktop ThinkCentre A51 adds to Lenovo’s 64-bit technology product portfolio

Lenovo India has recently announced the launch of a new desktop - the ThinkCentre A51. This desktop incorporates dual-core processing and 64-bit computing capabilities to support demanding business applications.

The Pentium 4 based ThinkCentre A51 has been introduced into the Indian market in line with the early adoption of 64-bit technology in the Indian market. The 64-bit technology enables the user to work on multiple programs without stalling or waiting. It has the power to improve the speed and performance of challenging applications making the user experience seamless and effortless, according to a company release.

"The ThinkCentre A51 enables the user to improve performance and scalability by processing more data and running faster applications. The 64-bit technology that is integrated into this product can be utilized to run a myriad of applications such as defense, e-government, global financial management, e commerce and data warehousing", said Sanjeev Menon, General Manager, Products, Lenovo India.

With integrated ThinkVantage technologies like Rescue and Recovery, Access Connections and System Migration Assistant that promise to enhance business productivity and employee utilisation and efficiency, the ThinkCentre A51 is priced between Rs 24,590 and Rs 36,000.

Intel Pentium 4 processor with 1-2 MB L2 Cache powers the ThinkCentre A51. Integrated into the system is Intel 915 GV chipset and 256 MB DDR SDRAM memory. The ThinkCentre is also equipped with a 48X CD ROM Drive and Ethernet. The device comes with a 15" CRT monitor that can be upgraded to a 15" TFT monitor. A three-year warranty applies to all ThinkCentre A51 models.

Utilising the Embedded Security Subsystem, a hardware-based technology that encrypts vital security information, the ThinkCentre A51 provides strong protection against unauthorised access to information, claims Lenovo.

Other features will help users restore or recover infected or deleted files, and allows IT staff to easily deploy security updates and patches as well as manage access to the network to ensure PC security compliance, minimize downtime and decrease costs, claims the manufacturer.

Lenovo’s other systems powered by 64-bit technology are the ThinkCentre A52, M51 & M52 families.

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