Lenovo has updated its business-friendly ThinkCentre line of desktops and all-in-ones today with modest spec bumps, but there are two newcomers: the M92p and M72e tiny desktops. The two computers share a diminutive chassis that is nearly 7 inches tall by 7 inches wide, and, at 1.35 inches thick, it is a bit thinner than the diameter of a golf ball — sure to be something businesspeople can relate to. The whole machine is a bit smaller than a Mac Mini, and in that limited real estate Lenovo has managed to fit five USB ports (three of which are of the speedier 3.0 variety on the higher-end M92p). Just like Apple's offering, there's no optical drive here, but the system is going to be available with Intel's new Ivy Bridge processors — up to either the Core i5-3410T or Core i5-3470T on the top-spec M92p and M72e, respectively. Both of the models start with just a lowly Intel Celeron G460, which helps the tiny systems get their starting price points of $799 for the M92p and $499 for the M72e, but you should be able to up that price considerably with options up to a 128GB SSD. Both are slated to come out sometime next month.