A certain marketing campaign may like to claim that America runs on Ben Affleck’s favorite coffee company, but you know who really chugs along, powering a lot of our lives? Lenovo ThinkStations and ThinkPads! Their new spring line proves that small can be powerful!
On the ThinkStation front, Lenovo has three new devices. There’s the P3 Tower which will sport up to 13th Gen Intel Core processors, up to NVIDIA RTXTM A5500 graphics, and supports up to 128GB of RAM.
You can also add up to 6 storage drives, so no matter how large or intense your work files are, this tower is ready.
Lenovo goes a bit smaller with the P3 Ultra. The chassis is less than 4 liters, making it something that fits easily in small spaces. All the power with less of a footprint! It will sport up to NVIDIA RTXTM A5500 graphics as well as a remote baseboard management control, allowing for remote management easily.
And for companies that need to go as small as possible without sacrificing power, there’s the P3 Tiny.
They’re not kidding with the size, as this small wonder clocks in at just 1 liter in total volume. Despite that, there’s a variety of mounting options, it supports up to NVIDIA T1000 graphics, and it can power up to 6 displays.
And realistically, if you need room for six monitors, having a smaller footprint on your tower is key!
Maybe you’re not tied to a desktop. Lenovo knows work happens on the go as well, and that’s where the ThinkPad line enters. ThinkPad P16 Gen 2 sports a whopping 16″ screen, up to 13th Gen Intel Core HX-series processors, and up to NVIDIA RTX 5000 Ada Generation GPU.
The idea here is that you can go anywhere and bring all the speed and power you need with you!
ThinkPad P1 Gen 6 is only 3.92 pounds but can be configured with a 16″ OLED touchscreen and blue light display. No eyestrain while you work!
There’s also optional 4G LTE connectivity, so you’ll never have an excuse for not getting that report emailed on time. Best of all, it won’t get too toasty on your desk, legs, or anywhere else you work, thanks to a liquid metal thermal design for advanced cooling.
Lenovo is trying to bridge power and budget with the ThinkPad P16v i Gen 1. It will sport up to 13th Gen Intel Core H series processors, up to NVIDIA RTX 2000 Ada Gen GPU, and dual thermal outflows. This way, you’ll stay productive, on budget, and won’t burn your pants.
ThinkPad P14s i Gen 4 and P16s i Gen 2 are designed for being remote or hybrid. They’ll offer low blue light displays as well as OLED options in both 14″ and 16″ screen sizes, the longest battery lives in Lenovo workstations, and come in black and storm grey.
The Lenovo ThinkPad line will use partially post-consumer content plastic as part of the brand’s commitment to integrating recycled materials into all of its products by 2025.