Lenovo Thinkpad– As businesses around the world prepare to return to the office and implement hybrid operating policies, Lenovo has introduced future generations of its Lenovo ThinkPad P1, ThinkPad P15, and ThinkPad P17 operating systems.
These new devices come with the latest 11th generation processors Intel Core and Xeon and can be installed on up to the Nvidia RTX A5000 GPU to help enhance the productivity of today’s mobile experts.
As with all operating centers in Lenovo’s portfolio, the Lenovo ThinkPad P1, P15 and P17 are all ISV certified and tested to a higher standard than MIL-spec standards for users to operate anywhere.
Lenovo has redesigned the ThinkPad P1 for those who work from home while maintaining a minimal look and brightness of the device. The Lenovo ThinkPad P1 now has 5G connectivity, a larger 90WHr battery, a newly engineered design with a large touchpad, a high-resolution FHD camera for advanced video conferencing, and a high-speed speaker system.
Creating and viewing content is also easy on a new device now featuring a new 16-inch UHD + display with smaller bezels, blue light technology and a 16:10 real estate expansion ratio all in a 15-inch portable footprint . The ThinkPad P1 can even be fitted with a Nvidia RTX A5000-level GPU or Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080.
Lenovo ThinkPad P15 and P17
The ThinkPad P15 and P17 have also received major upgrades from Lenovo and these two mobile operating systems provide the adjustment and performance required by professional users. While the Lenovo ThinkPad P15 features a 15.6-inch UHD OLED display, the ThinkPad P17 offers the largest workspace in any of the company’s workstations with a 17.3-inch color display.
VP and GM of Lenovo’s global business and AI customer business Rob Herman described in the newspapers how the epidemic has led to an increase in mobile workplaces, saying:
“There is no doubt that the global epidemic has quickly shifted to mobile stations as most of the world has quickly relocated to a remote workplace. As mobile workstations have taken on a whole new dimension for our end users, we have greatly improved the Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 4 to drive as much functionality in this small and simple chassis as possible with technology.
We have done this by significantly improving its thermal cooling capacity and evaporation chamber in addition to traditional heat pipes. We also built a keyboard that allows airflow through hidden areas to maximize CPU and GPU performance. There was not a single stone left when we rebuilt this chassis from the ground up – our customers spoke and we listened. ”
All three of Lenovo’s mobile operating centers have also been approved by Nvidia Studio and will be available for purchase from July. The ThinkPad P1 has an initial price of $ 2099 (approximately £ 1,500), the ThinkPad P15 starts at $ 1749 (approximately £ 1,250) and the ThinkPad P17 starts at $ 1779 (approximately £ 1,272 ).
Lenovo has introduced the ThinkPad P1 as a link between small and light ultrabooks and full-size machines. Punters find a choice between a variety of Intel Core or Xeon 11th generation processors, paired with 64GB DDR4 RAM and 4TB storage divided into two M.2 locations.
Ahead of the graphics, the ThinkPad P1 comes with an Nvidia RTX A5000 working card, or an RTX 3070/3080 with 8GB or 16GB of RAM. As you would expect from a professional ThinkPad, there are many ports. Lenovo has installed two Thunderbolt 4 ports, an old-school USB-A 3.2, one HDMI 2.1 port, and a full SD card reader.
The second generation P15 and P17 differ slightly in specs, with similar options for Intel Core and Xeon, up to 128GB DDR4 RAM, and high-performance 6TB storage that is divided into three M.2 areas. For additional duplication, this can be configured as RAID 0 and RAID 1 arrays.