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Operating System: Genuine Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit via DG

Processor: Intel Core i5-4460S Quad Core Processor (6MB Cache, 2.90GHz – 3.40 GHz) 35W


Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600

Storage: 500GB Solid State Drive

Keyboard: Preferred Pro USB Keyboard (USB connector), black, Lenovo logo

Mouse: Enhanced Optical USB Mouse, black, Lenovo logo

Front Ports: Two USB 2.0, microphone (stereo, 3.5mm), headphone (stereo, 3.5mm)

Rear Port: Two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0, optional serial (9-pin), optional parallel (25-pin), ethernet (RJ-45), VGA DB-15, DisplayPort

Audio: High Definition (HD) Audio, Realtek ALC662 codec

Power Supply: 180 watts, autosensing, active PFC

Weight: 13.2 LBS

Warranty: 1 Year Onsite Service Lenovo Warranty with 1 Year Oemgenuine Limited Warranty

2 thoughts on “Lenovo ThinkCentre E73 SFF i5-4460S, 16GB RAM, 500GB Solid State Drive, Win7 Pro 64 Desktop Computer

  1. Stefanie Hutson says:

    Pretty good for the price I purchased the 500GB SSD version of this computer because I wanted something reasonably affordable, with Windows 7 pre-installed, and with a solid state hard drive – and I wanted it fast. So far, I’m very happy with the purchase. It could have been a little better, but for the price it’s a very respectable deal.I like that the tower is pretty small, it still includes a DVD burner (so many don’t these days), and it comes with Windows 7. I’m not a fan of Windows 8/8.1 and I don’t want to deal with Windows 10 and all its creepy privacy issues. I like 7. I do wish it had come with a proper backup of Windows 7 instead of a Windows 8 restore disk, though. You can make your own restore disks, but it’s just annoying to have to do so.With an SSD, the computer boots extremely fast. I would have liked to have the option to purchase a 1TB SSD, but I can always upgrade or add a drive later. The graphics card (well, the lack thereof) is probably the biggest issue that needs…

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