Trust me, this is not a new thing, rather I get the question every time on a session (before or after) or when working on a customer site, how can I extract the Make and Model from the machine? So, as long as people are asking me, I think I should answer, right? :-)
Make and Model is commonly used in deployment solutions to figure out what drivers that needs to download to each machine during install. It is a part of the SMBBios information and can be accessed using WMI, in WMIC it is called Name and Vendor and in PowerShell it is called Manufacturer and Model. Now, lets take a look.
The Old WMI Method:
Execute wmic csproduct get name,vendor from a CMD prompt.
The New POSH Method:
Execute Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem | Select Model,Manufacturer from a PowerShell prompt.