Lenovo ThinkPad P1 & P72 official with Xeon CPUs, Quadro graphics

Lenovo unveils its thinnest and lightest professional notebook

Lenovo has an established mobile workstation line - its ThinkPad P series - but it's lagged behind HP's ZBook and Dell's Precision lines when it comes to slim and 2-in-1 models, with its lightest models still weighing over 4 pounds (2 kilograms).

Aimed at professional users, the ThinkPad P1 is reported to be the company's thinnest and lightest mobile workstation. And it looks the part, with the staid, basic black ThinkPad aesthetic.

The P1 is available in multiple configurations and offers the choice of Intel 8th-gen Core i5, i7, i9, or Xeon processors. Nvidia Quadro P2000 graphics can be had too, supported by up to 4 TB of M.2 PCI express SSD storage and as much as 64 GB of 2,667 MHz DDR4 RAM over two slots.

The P72 also boasts a massive 17.3-inch FHD or 4K screen, the latter featuring a 10-bit IPS LCD, 400 nits brightness, and covering 100% of the AdobeRGB color gamut.

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Lenovo is also offering users an array of operating systems to choose from, including Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Pro for Workstations, Ubuntu Linux, and Redhat Linux.

As for connectivity, you get HMDI, two USB 3.1 ports, along with two thunderbolt Type-C ports, making the ThinkPad P1 ideal for the office as well as home.

You'll have to wait until the end of August to splurge on the Thinkpad P1 and P72 - which cost $1949 and $1799 respectively. The P72 is also pegged for end of August availability, and starts at $1,799.

The ThinkPad P72 is Energy Star 6.1 rated, among other green certifications, and there's ISV certifications for SolidWorks, Vectorworks, AutoCAD, Maya, and similar software.

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