Lenovo has unleashed brand new mobile workstation laptops for performance computing markets like AEC, Manufacturing, Medicine, Science, and more.
The new laptops, which are perfectly suited for architects, engineers, designers, construction professionals, doctors and scientists, are part of a series of new Lenovo products that include the ThinkVision Mobile Monitor and ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 5 computers.
ThinkPads for AEC/MCAD
In this article, we are going to focus on mobile workstation laptops the ThinkPad P14 and ThinkPad P16. You can learn more about the ThinkPad X1 Gen 5 and ThinkVision Mobile Monitor at the links below.
The new ThinkPads (P14 and P16) are 14-in. and 16-in. laptops. The 16:10 displays fit tight into four-sided narrow bezel-designed cases. They are powered by either 12th Generation Intel Core processors or AMD Ryzen Pro 6000 series processors. They also feature a Microsoft Pluton security processor chip, all running on Windows 11 Pro.
Here are key features of the P14 and P16 ThinkPads:
- Intel Core or AMD Ryzen CPU options
- 48 GB memory max option
- 2 TB storage PCIe Gen4 SSD
- NVIDIA Mx 550 or RTX 2050 GPU on Intel models
- AMD Radeon 600M GPU on AMD models.
- Microsoft Pluton Security Chip
- Fingerprint Reader on Power Button (security)
- 1x HDMI, 2x Thunderbolt, 2x USB A (intel models) or 2x USB-C, 2x USB A (AMD models)
You can find more details at the link below.
Lenovo’s mobile workstations offer not just a mix of power and screen real estate but the latest fastest mobile chips from Intel and AMD.
They also feature ISV-certified support for applications such as AutoCAD, Revit, SolidWorks, and many more similar BIM or CAD applications. Sporting high-quality webcams, these mobile workstations enable on-the-go access to enterprise data across numerous industrial applications from AEC, manufacturing, media and entertainment, and medicine and science.
Both units are available in classic ThinkPad black or an aluminum story grey color.
To learn more visit them online here. https://www.lenovo.com/think