The needs of workstation users are changing. These workers are getting a lot more mobile. For them, innovation can happen wherever, whenever.
These devices, all running Windows 10 Pro and packed with 9th Gen Intel Core processors, are Lenovo’s most powerful new laptops.
Security gets a boost, too. All the new ThinkPads are protected by Lenovo’s ThinkShield, a portfolio of security hardware, software and services. These include privacy screens, a self-healing BIOS, and mobile device management.
Here’s your rundown on Lenovo’s new systems:
> ThinkPad P53: This powerful yet portable 15-inch laptop is designed for architects, engineers and designers.
Under the P53’s hood you’ll find Intel Xeon and 9th Gen Intel Core processors; NVIDIA’s Quadro RTX 5000 graphics processor; Tensor cores offering real-time ray tracing and AI acceleration; up to 128GB of memory; and up to 6TB of storage. Lenovo has also made the power supply 35% smaller than that of predecessor systems.
Shipments of the Lenovo ThinkPad P53 are set for July, with retail prices starting at about $1,800.
> ThinkPad P73: Described by Lenovo as a 17-inch “workhorse,” this laptop packs a 9th Gen Intel Core processor and features a Dolby Vision ultra-HD display. It will ship in August with retail prices starting at about $1,850.
> ThinkPad P1 Gen 2: This is Lenovo’s thinnest and lightest 15-inch workstation: 3.74 lb. and 17.2 mm (0.7 in.).
Under the P1’s hood you’ll find a 9th Gen Intel Core processor and a choice of NVIDIA Quadro Turing T1000 or T2000 GPU. This device will ship in late June; retail prices will start at about $1,950.
> ThinkPad P53s and P43s: Looking for powerful yet affordable laptops for professionals, students and teachers? These 14-inch laptops could be the ticket.
Details are still sketchy, but we do know that the P53s combines an Intel Core CPU and NVIDIA Quadro graphics on a 15-inch chassis. The P43s gives a similar setup, but on a more compact 14-inch format.
Shipments are for June (P53s) and July (P43s), with retail prices starting at about $1,500.
Are the needs of your workstation users changing? If so, then these new Lenovo ThinkPad P Series laptops could be the hardware change they need.