45 Takes up virtually no space on the desktop - We have thin clients that are bulkier!!Incredibly small chassis, Strong security and remote-management features, Nearly silent during operation, and the application performance is respectable. February 10, 2015
35 Note - if you are trying to install a secondary HDD in these (We added SSD's as primary boot) the cables length and arrangements are something that need to be reviewed as they are a little short and require some stretching to reach the HDD Bay.Rating 3.5 stars January 27, 2015
45 Excellent machine, but.... The m93Tiny packs power into a very small form factor. I ordered one maxxed out with a solid state drive and an i7 processor. It loads from a cold start in less than 10 seconds, and programs open almost immediately. The onboard video processing is excellent, and is driving three monitors and high resolution. And all this in a machine a fraction the size of the computer it replaced.However, beware if you order the Lenovo Tiny-in-One 23" Monitor, which is designed to hold the computer and its optical drive in internal slots, saving desk space. The drive that ships with m93 Tiny (and also the one with the m83 Tiny, which we also have) do not fit into the monitor, and my experience in trying to get the correct drive from Lenovo has been a nightmare. Terrible customer support from the sales division, though tech support has been very good and is trying to help me get this handled by a Dispute Resolution Officer.
55 Great Family Desktop Choice The M93P Tiny is...tiny! Replaced a home-built micro ATX system -- this thing is smaller than our electric pencil sharpener -- and silent! With plenty of RAM, HDD space, processor power, wireless ac, Bluetooth 4.0 and all of the ports (all-USB 3.0, DP, VGA -- what else do you really need?), it's a great little box. Little rubber feet on the bottom and the side (to stand vertically). Just connect kyb and mouse, add monitor (and your choice of USB/wireless printer if you want) and you're ready to go. On-line config and purchase, and at-home setup were super easy. One improvement would be to duplicate the audio in/outs on the back panel -- front access is perfect for casual connections (headphones, mic), but I would have liked to plug our desktop speakers into the back out of the way...no deal breaker though (obviously I bought it and I'm liking it)!
55 Great little desktop Bought it for our conference room so that it would be small enough to fit behind the TV. Since it had an i7 processor i expected it to be pretty quick and it definitely is. Great overall performance so far. Even the process of re-imaging it from Win7 to Win 8.1 was easy. (although there were about 1.5 GB worth of windows updates -but that's not Lenovo's fault)Bonus to see that it had wireless and bluetooth built-in. Lots of options for Video connections.Definitely has more flexibility than i thought possible in this "Tiny" form factor. Way to go Lenovo!!
15 Not recommended to buy I bought this for only two reasons. One is save the desk space, one is because of the reliability of Lenovo-IBM. But I cannot believe how unreliable it is. The computer was constantly frozen or dead for no reason and at any moment. I could just typed half word document, or restart from sleeping or even pause from watch a video. It just dead!!! This is a company, business use computer. I don't even have much software on it. I called lenovo once to report the problem. And it took them 3 weeks to schedule someone come to look at it. After he changed the motherboard of the computer, it was working fine for less than a month. Now it went back constantly frozen again!!!! I can't believe how reliable this is and especially this is supposed to be a commercial use!!!
55 Exceeds Expectations I wanted a desktop that would conserve space. My plan is to use my Surface to travel and a desktop as home base after my Sony laptop screen died for the second time. Sync documents and Outlook between the two.I went with the TB disk instead of solid state for the extra capacity. I am sure that with solid state, it would be a screamer. It is Tiny!Ordered it from the Lenovo website. The customer interface remained stagnant for a long time. Just jog me a little and I will be happy instead of apprehensive.I ordered a stripped version (no wifi, no keyboard, etc.). The only extra I bought was a full-sized HDMI. Comes with 5 usb ports and a number of other ports that I don't even know what they are, as standard.Windows boots very fast.I am happy.
55 Love these babies Have so far placed 23 in service, only needed to replace 5 machines but after seeing them in operation replaced 17 more.