Lenovo Launches Its P50 and P70 Mobile Workstations



/ 3 years ago

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During the recent SIGGRAPH 2015 conference, Lenovo has announced a pair of new laptops that spearhead the launch of a completely new product family. We’re talking about the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and P70 workstations, both of which come with a series of impressive features such as powerful Intel processors and 4K displays.

The P50 represents the thinnest and lightest mobile workstation ever made by Lenovo. It includes a 15.6-inch UHD 4K display as well as an Intel Xeon processor that’s a part of the E3-1500M v5 family. The graphics card is a Nvidia Quadro, while the RAM memory can include up to 64GB of DDR4. When it comes to storage, up to three devices can be supported in RAID 0 or RAID 1.

The P70 features similar performance configurations but offers a larger 17-inch 4K UHD screen. It can accommodate up to four storage devices as well as an old optical drive, which is can be a very welcomed addition. Naturally, the high-end components included in these laptops are bound to give off quite a bit of heat, which is why Lenovo opted to cool them using its new FLEX Performance Cooling system based on a dual-fan design.

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Both notebooks are scheduled to become available in this year’s Q4. The P50 will set you back $1,599 while the P70 will be available for $1,999.

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