It doesn’t matter if you’re on the go regularly or just taking advantage of new, looser work from home policies. Chances are, you’re working more places than your office, and you need to make sure your laptop keeps up with you. Lenovo understands this, and they’re rolling out a new ThinkPad P16 and Chromebook C14 Enterprise to cover everyone’s laptop needs.
Are you a Windows fan? The Lenovo ThinkPad P16 might just be calling your name. It’s got a 16″ screen in a storm gray aluminum chassis, and Lenovo didn’t skimp on giving it plenty of power.
Under the hood, it’s running Intel 12th Gen HX CPUs and offers NVIDIA RTXTM A5500 professional graphics with 16GB of dedicated memory and up to 128GB of DDR5 RAM and 8TB. Yes, you read that right; you can get this laptop with up to 8TB storage and 128GB RAM. That’s insane!
All that power won’t singe your thighs, though, since Lenovo has also brought along some serious cooling power in the form of dual fans, heat pipes, keyboard intakes, and other tricks. The idea here is that you can do some serious heavy lifting, like animation or engineering work, and the P16 will handle it without getting too toasty.
Lenovo is committed to bringing not only the physical footprint of their computers down but also the environmental one. The ThinkPad P16’s speakers are made from 30% post-consumer material, the battery pack frame is made from 90% post-consumer material, and the P16 itself has ENERGY STAR and EPEAT Gold certifications.
The Lenovo ThinkPad P16 has everything you need to be productive on the go; it will be available in May, starting at $1,979.
If you’re more of a Chromebook person, the Lenovo C14 Enterprise Laptop might just be what you’re seeking. It sports a 14″ screen with an optional touchscreen, an optional fingerprint reader on the power button, up to 16GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and Intel vPro technology with up to 12th Gen Intel Core i7 processors.
It also comes with Chrome OS Enterprise Edition, making it easy and simple for IT to manage and deploy updates remotely. If your business or work runs heavily on cloud-based options, this is a very appealing choice, as it provides all the flexibility and speed of Chrome OS, specifically tailored to working on the go.