Lenovo updates ThinkPad P line with notebooks up to 4 TB and Ultra Performance mode
Shortly after presenting the first notebook with support for 5G, Lenovo has just presented on Wednesday, June 17, four new notebooks in the ThinkPad P line, offering interesting features for the business market such as the new Intel Core H processors from the tenth generation and new ultra-performance mode, allowing users to have full control of the machine.
Although powerful, the company guarantees that they will not be noisy, ensuring that notebook fans will not be above 38 decibels. According to Lenovo, Ultra Performance Mode allows you to control your PC’s settings at the BIOS level, “reducing acoustic and temperature restrictions” and thus being able to extract more power from the CPU and GPU.
The new models include the ThinkPad P15 and P17, which are direct successors to the P53 and P73. The duo offers redesigned thermal design to boost notebook power capacity. This change allows for a 13% higher air flow and a 30% lower CPU, which heats less and offers better ventilation.
The dual is available with GPU Nvidia Quadro with RTX and have maximum configurations of 4 GB of storage, up to 128 GB of DDR4 RAM and screen with support for Dolby Vision HDR. It is possible to choose models with 10th generation Intel Core or Intel Xeon processors.
Another model announced is the ThinkPad 15v. Being the cheapest of all the quartet presented today, the model offers a 10-generation Intel Core H series processor, 15-inch 4K IPS LCD screen, and is equipped with the Nvidia Quadro P620 GPU.
Finally, we have the ThinkPad P1 Gen 3, the lightest and thinnest workstation with a 15-inch screen. With the same IPS LCD panel with 4K resolution and 600 nits of the P15v, the P1 Gen 3 arrives with 4G LTE connectivity option to allow users to get around without having to rely on Wi-Fi networks, something still rare to find in this notebook category, even more for offering options not only with 10th generation Intel Core but also Intel Xeon processors, increasing power with an Nvidia Quadro T2000 GPU.
The ThinkPad P17 was announced with a starting price of USD $ 2,119, while the ThinkPad P15 will arrive from USD $ 1,979 and the ThinkPad P15v will be sold from USD $ 1,349). Second most expensive on the list, the ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 will be sold with prices starting at $ 2,019.
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