Is your computer loud and slow? Does it grind away while you’re surfing the Internet for reasons unexplained? No worries, you can fix that problem today – by entering our latest giveaway contest to win a Lenovo ThinkCentre A63 Desktop Computer!
Many small business owners are often under-powered when it comes to their computer. The Lenovo A63 desktop model offers a lot of power with some great features. One of my personal favorites is that Lenovo makes one of the quietest machines around – you barely know this baby’s running. It’s sleek design is easy on the eyes, too. Read our review of the Lenovo ThinkCentre A64 Desktop computer.
Lenovo A63 features include:
- Genuine Windows 7 Professional Operating System
- Energy efficient DDR3 with up to 1333 Mhz speeds
- Latest AMD processor with high performance
- 250 GB Hard drive
- 2 GB Memory (DDR3)
- DVD RW
- 6 USB Ports
- Lenovo ThinkVision Flat Panel Monitor
- Capable of powering 4 Monitors
- Keyboard & Mouse
- Tool-less Design: Remove the hard drive and/or motherboard with no tools
- MSRP: $459
TO ENTER: Entries are now closed. Thanks to everyone who participated.
DEADLINE TO ENTER: Midnight PST (3:00AM EST) on April 29th, 2010
This is part of the new giveaway program we have implemented here at Small Business Trends. Each month, we hold a randomly chosen drawing and give away free stuff to you. There will be something different that is of interest to entrepreneurs and small business leaders every month.
Be sure to bookmark the giveaways page, where we list each month’s contest or drawing. We’ll also include discounts and special offers. Check back often to see what’s new.
UPDATE: The contest has ended and the winner is Rick Blythe of Touch Prospecting. Many congratulations to you, Rick!
Thank you for the write-up on this cool desktop PC.
Lenovo is a brand that I’ve never used, or purchased.
The Franchise King
Hi Joel, it used to be known as IBM… Thinkpad is their laptop line. ThinkCentre is their new desktop line. Lenovo acquired IBM’s Personal Computing Division back in 2004 or 2005.
I had a Thinkpad once and adored it. I mean everything about it was engineered incredibly well. They keyboard was amazing. The speed, the lack of crashes. It is the same with these desktops. They run so quiet I don’t know that they are on and I hit the on button and shut it off, by accident! You do hear them when you ask it to crunch something like video or a lot of numbers and you’ll hear the fan kick in, but otherwise, barely a purr. I’m testing the A63 for a review I’m finishing. I’m also testing the all-in-one A70z on another project and may add one here (which is also very cool).
Oh, last thing — you can open up the A63 and do a ton of internal stuff with no tools. No tools, Joel. That takes some smart engineering.