Lenovo has taken the wraps off its next generation of mobile workstations, dubbed the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and P70 at the SIGGRAPH 2015 Conference and Exhibition.
Both ThinkPad P50 and P70 are powered by an Intel Xeon processor from E3-1500M v5 series paired with NVIDIA Quadro GPU. The workstations also boast of their X-Rite Pantone color calibration for maintaining accuracy of colors. The devices come equipped with FLEX dual-fan cooling system offering cooler, quieter and faster performance. On design front, both workstations are built with premium materials for resistance against wear and tear. The also feature a three-button touchpad.
The ThinkPad P50 sports a 15.6-inch UHD 4K display. The Lenovo ThinkPad P70 features a 17-inch 4K UHD (or optional FHD touch) display and houses 64GB of DDR4 ECC memory. The device is capable of handling up to four storage devices and up to a terabyte of SSD storage. On connectivity front, it features two Intel Thunderbolt 3 ports.
Features And Specifications of Lenovo ThinkPad P50 And P70
- Processor: Intel Xeon processor from E3-1500M v5 series
- NVIDIA Quadro GPU
- Display: ThinkPad P70: 17-inch 4K UHD display (or optional FHD touch); ThinkPad P50: 15.6-inch UHD 4K display.
- X-Rite Pantone color calibration
- FLEX dual-fan cooling system
Price and Availability
The Lenovo ThinkPad P50 And P70 will go on sale starting fourth quarter of 2015 with prices starting at $1599 and $1999 respectively. Both workstations will be available to buy from Lenovo business partners and from company’s official website.
“We’ve built features into these machines that were previously unachievable in a notebook, making them the most versatile and highest-performing mobile workstations ever. We’re focused on making sure users have the tools necessary to drive innovation. That is why we are expanding our portfolio and raising the standard of mobile workstation performance. Introducing the ThinkPad P Series unites our mobile portfolio with our existing award-winning line of tower workstations, the ThinkStation P Series,” said Victor Rios, vice president and general manager, Workstations, Lenovo.