eDrive / TPM

Hi made Lenovo Y50 laptop support eDrive? What version of the TPM secure is being implemented? Thanks Andrew

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Hi Andrew,

This form Y50, does not this model is compatible with eDrive or TPM.

If you're leaning toward a machine that supports eDrive or TPM, order the products Thinkline.

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