Lenovo ThinkPad P Series Laptops Refreshed With Up To 9th Gen Xeon And Quadro RTX Muscle
Kicking things off are the ThinkPad P53, which is being billed as the world’s most powerful 15-inch class mobile workstation, and the ThinkPad P73, its 17-inch counterpart. Both are powered by up to 9th generation Intel Core i9 or Xeon octa-core processors and can be equipped with up to 128GB of DDR4 memory via four SODIMM slots. Since Lenovo knows that mobile pros often need a lot of graphics muscle on-the-go, both systems can be optioned with up to a NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000 discrete graphics card.
Other features shared between the two systems include support for up to a 6TB NVMe SSD (along with RAID 0, 1, 5 support), two Thunderbolt 3 ports, GbE, and support for Lenovo Rapid Charge Technology.
The primary differences between the two systems comes down to the displays. The ThinkPad P53 comes with up to a 4K OLED touch display, while the ThinkPad P73 features up to a 17.3-inch 4K IPS display. Both are rated at 400 nits and support Dolby Vision HDR.
The ThinkPad P53 starts from $1,799 and will be available in July, while the ThinkPad P73 starts from $1,849 and will be available in August.
Next, we have the ThinkPad P53s and ThinkPad P43s. These machines are available with quad-core 8th generation Core processors (Whiskey Lake-U) and up to a Quadro P520 discrete GPU. Up to 48GB of DDR4 is supported and you an equip either machine with up to a 2TB NVMe SSD.
The ThinkPad P53s is available with up to a 15.6-inch 4K display and comes equipped with a 57 WHr battery. The ThinkPad P43s, on the other hand, tops out with a 14-inch WQHD display and a 50 WHr battery.
The ThinkPad 53s bows in June with a starting price of $1,499, and the ThinkPad 43s comes a month later with the same $1,499 starting price.
Finally, we come to the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2. It serves as Lenovo's thinnest and lightest 15-inch mobile workstation at 17.2mm thick and 3.74 pounds. You have your choice of 9th generation Core or Xeon processors along with Quadro Turing T1000 or T2000 GPUs. Two SODIMM slots provide support for up to 64GB of DDR4, and you can equip the machine with up to a 4TB SSD. On the display front, Lenovo is providing a 4K OLED display option, just as it does on the ThinkPad P53.
Lenovo says that the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2 will land this month priced from $1,949.