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Lenovo's PC business has charged into the new year with all cylinders firing. Earlier this week, the supplier introduced a low-cost Android tablet. Last month it refreshed its ThinkPad line of notebooks and introduced a 2-in-1 device and gaming PCs.

And at this week’s SolidWorks World conference in Los Angeles, Lenovo announced 3 mobile workstations designed for engineers and professional designers. Here’s your solution provider’s update:

> ThinkPad P51s: This mobile device features a new lightweight chassis, processing power from 7th Gen Intel Core CPUs, a 15.6-inch 4K ultra-HD display with optional infrared camera, and Intel Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Lenovo says battery life is “extreme,” though it has not yet presented details. Shipments of the Lenovo ThinkPad 51s are set to begin in March, with retail prices starting at roughly $1,050.

> ThinkPad P51: Powered by an Intel Xeon E3 processor, this mobile workstation offers a 15.6-inch 4K IPS display, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, and new 2400MHz DDR4 memory. Shipments will begin in April with retail prices starting at just under $1,400.

> ThinkPad P71: Lenovo calls this its first VR-ready ThinkPad, thanks to Oculus, HTC and Nvidia certifications. Like the P51, it includes the new DDR4 memory (which Lenovo claims is the fastest available in a mobile workstation), an Intel Xeon E3 processor and dual-fan cooling. The device’s 17.3-inch IPS display will be offered in both 4K and FHD versions. Lenovo says the P71 is military-spec tested and can handle up to 4 external storage devices. Shipments are set to begin in April with retail prices starting at just under $1,850.

Got engineering and designer clients? Lenovo’s got something new for them.

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