Lenovo, the new parent of IBM’s personal computing division, plans to offer plenty of high-performance capability in forthcoming models.

ThinkCentre M52 and ThinkCentre A62 models will include dual processors and 64-bit computing power, Lenovo said Thursday.
The machines are designed to meet needs for complex multimedia applications and data manipulation.

The new models, which will ship later this year, will include an embedded security system, rescue and recovery tools and hyper-threading capability from Intel for handling multi-tasking.

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