Lenovo launches its lightest and thinnest laptop till dateLast updated on Aug 14, 2018, 01:30 am
In a bid to cater to traveling professionals who want powerful, yet lightweight hardware, Lenovo has launched two new products in its ThinkPad series - the P1 and the P72.
While the P1 is said to be Lenovo's lightest and thinnest laptop till date, the P72 looks to be more of a desktop replacement. Yet, both devices pack a punch.
What the Lenovo P1 offers for the $1,949 it demands
The P1 is rather expensive, and starts at $1,949.
For that price, the 0.72-inch thick laptop, weighing 1.7kgs, offers a top-of-the-line 15.6-inch HD 4K display, a NVIDIA Quadro P2000 GPU, and 8th Gen Intel Core or Xeon processors capable of touching clock speeds of 4.6GHz.
Additionally, the P1 offers a whopping 4TB of storage space and 64GB of RAM.
The P72 packs a big punch for its price
The P72 is slightly cheaper at $1,799, possibly because it doesn't sport a 4K display.
However, the P72 comes with a big 17.3-inch display, and is powered by 8th Gen Intel Xeon or Core processors, and even supports i9 processors.
On the graphics front, the P72 has an NVIDIA Quadro P5200 GPU.
It also offers 6TB of storage, and with 128GB of RAM.
The laptops go on sale at the end of August
Both the laptops come with Windows 10, Microsoft Office, and supports Thunderbolt ports as well as traditional connectors like USB 3.1 and HDMI.
In terms of durability, however, the P1 steals the cake, having passed 12 military-grade requirements and more than 200 quality checks.
For those interested in buying, both the laptops will go on sale by the end of this month.