At SolidWorks World event, Lenovo has refreshed ThinkPad P-series mobile workstations, with versions P51, P51s and P71. The laptops offer just about everything users might ask for performance.
ThinkPad P51 comes several options of different hardware configurations, including Intel Xeon E3-v6 processor or a 7th generation Core chips, choice of Nvidia Quadro graphics to M2200M and up to 64 GB of RAM.
The laptop comes up to a 4K display, but only weighs 5.6 pound. Users also can choose the different of operating systems, such as Windows 10 Home/ Pro, Pro, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu Linux.
Lenovo ThinkPad P71 offers the same chip, operating system, and RAM options as P51, but it is larger with a 17 inch wide screen. Your graphics are more powerful, can be up to Nvidia Quadro P5000M. Despite the relatively heavy weight, up to 7.6 pound.
This product also supports VR and Lenovo promises that it potentially brings a new visual look and immersive experience for the customers.
ThinkPad P51s offers many mobile options because it weighs only 1.95 kg weight. This product includes a seventh-generation Core-series but no Xeon option. Nvidia Quadro graphics M520M and RAM option only comes up to 32 GB.
Notably, the user can choose between the operating system platform Windows 7 Professional or 10 Pro. According to Microsoft, this is interesting because OEM manufacturers will not be able to purchase Windows 7 licenses since October last year. It also comes with a trial version of MS Office 2013.
Lenovo ThinkPad P51s will be priced about $1,049, available in March. Meanwhile, P51 and P71 ThinkPad duo will cost $1,399 and $1,849, respectively and available in June.