Home Consumer Lenovo ThinkPad P Series Updated

Lenovo ThinkPad P Series Updated

by Vince Carnevale

Today, Lenovo is launching the next generation of its Thinkpad P Series mobile workstations in the ThinkPad P15, ThinkPad P17, ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 and the ThinkPad P15v. All of these new machines will come equipped with Intel’s latest 10th gen H series mobile CPUs and what Lenovo is calling Ultra Performance Mode, a setting that will ignore comfortable noise and temperature levels to push every drop of performance it can out of the CPU and GPU.

Today, Lenovo is launching the next generation of its Thinkpad P Series mobile workstations in the ThinkPad P15, ThinkPad P17, ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 and the ThinkPad P15v. All of these new machines will come equipped with Intel’s latest 10th gen H series mobile CPUs and what Lenovo is calling Ultra Performance Mode, a setting that will ignore comfortable noise and temperature levels to push every drop of performance it can out of the CPU and GPU.

Lenovo ThinkPad P Series

The ThinkPad P15 will come equipped with up to a UHD Dolby Vision HDR display attached to an NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 GPU and your choice of a 10th Gen Intel Core or Xeon processor. It supports up to 128GB of DDR4 (ECC or non-ECC, depending on your processor choice) in its impressive 4 SODIMM slots. It can be configured with up to 4TB of NVMe storage in a RAID0 configuration. Two Thunderbolt 3 ports handle any expandability you could want and comes with a standard array of enterprise accoutrements, such as dTPM 2.0, a fingerprint reader, a Self Healing BIOS, and a plethora of certifications for professional applications as well as support for Windows 10 Pro for Workstations and certification for Red Hat Linux. The ThinkPad P17 has nearly identical specs, albeit in a larger 17-inch chassis with a larger display. The ThinkPad P15 and P17 will be available from July, starting at $1,979 and $2119, respectively.

The ThinkPad P15v offers a trimmed down version of the P15, halving the max RAM and Thunderbolt 3 ports, with a slightly less powerful NVIDIA Quadro P620, but maintaining an excellent display and all the enterprise features. The ThinkPad P15v will be available in July, starting at $1,349.

If you’re looking for something with a greater focus on portability, Lenovo has you covered with the thin and light ThinkPad P1 Gen 3. It comes with up to a 10th gen Intel Core i9 or Xeon with vPro and an optional NVIDIA Quadro T2000 GPU. It can be had with up to 64GBs of ECC or non-ECC RAM and 4TB of NVMe storage in RAID0. It has the same optional UHD Dolby Vision HDR display and dual Thunderbolt 3 ports. Connectivity wise, WiFi 6 is standard, and optional LTE WWAN for remote work anywhere there’s a cellular signal. The ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 will be available from July, starting at $2,019.

Lenovo ThinkPad

Discuss on Reddit

Engage with StorageReview

Newsletter | YouTube | Podcast iTunes/Spotify | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | RSS Feed

    Share via
    Copy link