Lenovo is no different from the likes of Apple’s super-thin, super-light MackBook, has also reminds us all that thin and light isn’t always the best approach when it comes to mobile computers. Today, Lenovo has unveiled its two new machines, the ThinkPad P50 and P70, Lenovo has brought to the market a dual true powerhouses of computing that are far from svelte at the conference SIGGRAPH 2015 in Los Angles.
Coming in 15 and 17-inches guises respectively. Both the P50 and P70 packs Intel’s Xeon ‘E3-1500M v5’ processor and making it the first portable machines from the company to honor. Not only that, Lenovo decided to have them be the foremost to use Intel’s new Skylake chips, making the machines doubly interesting.
With configurations available packing up to 64GB of RAM, it’s not just the chips that give these new Lenovo machines their oomph, and the most available in a notebook according to the Chinese firm – and up to a 1TB SSD. Integrated with fast CPU, huge amount of RAM and a large SSD should make the P50 and P70 very fast indeed, so if the power is your game, then Lenovo may have just came up with the ideal machine for you.
Are you going to use it with all the power, then the high-end gaming may not be the machine’s best suit, it does still come with a new Nvidia Quadro GPU and an optional 4K UHD display, meaning those working with massive images and video will be right at home. Other options for the display adds an FHD (1080p) or FHD Touch display. Features X-Rite Pantone color calibration for keeping colors accurate throughout the life-span of the product. Great!
Connectivity options will take care of by four USB 3.0 ports (woith one surprising always-on charging), one USB-C Thunderbolt 3 port on the P50 and two on the P70, a Mini Display port and an HDMI port, so you should not be struggling for somewhere to plus and play with your mouse – unlike the aforementioned MacBook.
About Lenovo ThinkPad P50, will be the company’s thinnest and lightest fully-functional mobile station. Sports a 15.6-inch UHD 4K screen. The Lenovo ThinkPad P70 has been designed for high-end professionals, with 17-inch 4K UHD display or optional Full HD touch screen, and both comes with a brand new FLEX Performance Cooling system, and its dual-fan design enables cooler, quieter and faster performance and ultra-fast connectivity, claims company.
Lenovo’s P50 and P70 go on sale later this year and will be available to purchase starting at $1599 and $1999 respectively. You can even choose between Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Ubuntu should you buy one.