Lenovo’s latest mobile workstation is a laptop with a 15.6 inch display, support for up o an 8th-gen Intel Xeon hexa-core processor, and up to NVIDIA Quadro P3200 graphics.

The Lenovo ThinkPad P52 also supports up to 128GB of DDR4 memory, up to 6TB of storage, and up to a 4K display. The laptop measures less than an inch thick and weighs about 5.4 pounds.

It’s not the thinnest and lightest laptop around, but the ThinkPad P52 is Lenovo’s most powerful 15.6 inch laptop to date.

The laptop has a backlit, spill-proof keyboard with a numeric keypad,  two Thunderbolt 3 ports, HDMI 2.0 and mini DisplayPort 1.4, headset, Ethernet, and SD jacks as well as three USB 3.1 Type-A ports.

It also supports 802.11ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, and has optional 4G LTE support.

The system also features a fingerprint reader and IR camera for Windows Hello biometric security, a 720p webcam (because even workstation users don’t get high-quality cameras, apparently), and a 90 Wh battery.

Lenovo offers two display options: a 3840 x 2160 pixel, 400 nit touchscreen display with 100 percent Adobe color gamut, and a 1920 x 1080 pixel, 300 nit screen with 72 percent color gamut.

The computer can be configured with Windows 10 Home, Pro, Pro for Workstations, or Ubuntu Linux. It’s also certified for Red Hat Linux, but Lenovo won’t be selling the ThinkPad P52 with that operating system pre-loaded.

Lenovo hasn’t announced pricing yet, but the ThinkPad P52 should be available later this month… and it probably won’t be cheap.

via NotebookCheck

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4 replies on “Lenovo unveils ThinkPad P52 mobile workstation with NVIDIA Quadro graphics, up to 128GB RAM”

  1. im expecting the same under powered cooling that features a single heatpipe like always

  2. Sounds absolutely awesome…and out of my price range. It would be nice if they sent you a review unit.

  3. The picture in the article could be lightened to better
    show the laptop. Although this unit has one, Lenovo
    seems to be omitting the Ethernet jack in its other ThinkPads,
    what’s up with that? Hopefully the company will realize
    the error of its ways just like with the 4th gen Intel Core
    ThinkPads that omitted the TrackPoint buttons Also,
    the industry fashion trend towards thinner means that
    Lenovo’s products are getting to be iPad like in difficulty
    to service/upgrade. There’s such a thing as being too
    thin.

    1. The specs include an RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet, so no need to worry, but as to why a manufacturer might leave the Ethernet jack out of their design — what percentage of users do you think actually plugs into their network these days? It’s got to be a tiny minority in a market ruled by wifi. I’m a long term Thinkpad user, but the only time my Thinkpad is hardwired to the network, it’s through a docking station, so my RJ45 socket has barely even been used in the five years I’ve owned it.

      Thinkpads are still among the most serviceable laptops in the industry — and at least Lenovo still gives you the choice, by releasing multiple models with different serviceability options.

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