Lenovo has unveiled a pair of refreshing ThinkStation offerings, along with a new ThinkPad which the company notes is the thinnest and lightest quad-core workstation notebook it has ever built.
Let us begin with the latter, the ThinkPad P52s, which crams loads of electricity into an Ultrabook-fashion portable.
We’re talking an 8th-era Intel Main i5 or i7 quad-core processor, Nvidia Quadro P500 graphics, up to 32GB procedure memory, and on the storage front, up to a 1TB NVMe SSD and 2TB spinning disk.
All this suits into a notebook which is 19.95mm thick and weighs one.95kg, which in the workstation entire world is nicely portable indeed.
The IPS screen can be a Total Hd model, or optionally you can plump for a 4K resolution (or a Total Hd touchscreen). There is an solution on a fingerprint reader for added security, too.
Lenovo also notes that battery longevity is a potent match with this notebook, stating that: “Lenovo’s PowerBridge technologies offers all working day electricity – allowing you to operate seamlessly, devoid of the headache of recharging.”
No claimed battery life figures have been given at this point, however.
Contemplating more substantial
Going onto the ThinkStation tower PCs, the to start with is the P520, which is backed up by a far more compact device in the variety of the P520c, and these are mainstream one CPU workstations.
Each can be geared up with an Intel Xeon W Sequence processor boasting up to 18 cores and speeds of up to four.5GHz.
With the P520 you can specify up to 256GB of procedure memory, and a pair of Nvidia Quadro P6000 graphics cards. It will also accommodate up to 8 procedure drives. The system’s tower circumstance steps 455 x 165 x 440mm (W x D x H).
As for the P520c, that allows for up to 128GB of procedure RAM, a one Nvidia Quadro P5000 graphics card, and up to six procedure drives. Its tower circumstance steps one hundred seventy five x 426 x 376mm (W x D x H).
All of these refreshing Lenovo offerings will go on sale in the direction of the finish of January 2018, with specific pricing to be verified.