Lenovo’s Thinkpad P series is slim but promises powerful computing


Lenovo’s Thinkpad range has since quite a while ago offered answers for power users with notebooks like the X1 Carbon. Its Thinkpad P series is expected to preserve usefulness in a slimmer by and large bundle, and the Thinkpad P1 and Thinkpad P72 – its two most recent PCs – look set to do likewise.

Where past models may have experienced massive power supplies, the Thinkpad P1 offers a 35 percent estimate size reduction. At only 18.4 mm thin, and 3.76 pounds, it wins the distinction of being Lenovo’s most slender and lightest workstation PC ever.

It is furnished with a high-res 4K 15.6-inch screen, and you’ll be getting NVIDIA’s Quadro P series graphic cards (most extreme P2000) for proficient execution. The P1 packs an eighth gen Intel Core processor that flaunts clock speed of up to 4.6GHz. Underneath the slim frame lies 64 GB of DDR4 memory and a fair 4TB storage, which is as yet 2GB short of the P72.

As a laptop substitution, the P72 presents to 6TB worth of capacity with up to 128GB of DDR4 RAM and 16GB Intel Optane memory for taking care of massive informational indexes.

Lenovo says the 17.3-inch giant, which depends on the more elite classes of NVIDIA’s Quadro graphics (up to P5200), has been made with gas, car and monetary industry experts at the top of the priority list.

You’ll need to hold up until the end of August to binge spend on the Thinkpad P1 and P72 – which cost $1949 and $1799 respectively.

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