Desktop setups for work are increasingly all about the footprint. No one wants to have to deal with a big heavy tower, especially if there’s potential for swapping units around, and smaller devices mean less need for excess storage space. However, smaller doesn’t mean less need for power, and Lenovo understands that balance well. They’re trying to meet both space and specifications with the new Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra.
The Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra is able to support significant computing power in a small chassis using a unique NVIDIA and Lenovo-designed GPU and cooling housing. This means it’s able to support an RTX A5000 mobile graphics card as well as an Intel 12th Gen processor with 16 cores.
The dual-sided motherboard is also installed in the middle of the workstation for better cooling and flexibility of expansion.
Lenovo packed a lot of options into one small device, with support for up to eight monitors, up to 128GB of DDR5 memory, dual ethernet, and Thunderbolt 4 ports.
Basically, if you need it for work, and it hooks up to a computer, the Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra has you covered. This also means there’s more flexibility to install the workstation in kiosks and other cramped areas where the peripherals access might be awkward or untraditional.
Finally, Lenovo has been continually looking for ways to improve the carbon footprint of their devices and help keep the earth a little cleaner. One of the benefits of the smaller workstation is smaller pallet space, which means less shipping to move it from place to place.
The Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Ultra has certifications from ENERGY STAR and TCO Certified and is also EPEAT Gold registered in the United States; look for it later this month starting at $1,299.
You can learn more about the Lenovo ThinkStation and ThinkPad P Series here.