Lenovo's new ThinkPad P1 workstation is certified to run programs like ArcGIS, AutoCAD and Catia, but the ability to pack 64GB of memory and 2TB of storage into an ultraportable form factor should give it wider appeal.
Lenovo has found a way to give consumers a lightweight system that doesn't skimp on the power with its latest workstation, the ThinkPad P1.
If you were looking for some fancy new design, you won't find it here. No, the P1 has the same jet-back soft-touch finish you'll find on most ThinkPad notebooks. However, Lenovo wanted to target consumers looking for a thin-and-light system, so they managed to cram all of those powerful specs including an 8th Gen Intel Xeon Processor with up to 64GB of RAM and a Nvidia Quadro P2000 GPU into a 3.8-pound, 14.2 x 9.7 x 0.7-inch chassis. Granted it's not the slimmest as far as thin-and-lights go, but that's pretty slim for a workstation.
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