LONDON — At NXT BLD, here, Lenovo launched its next generation ThinkPad P Series (www.lenovo.com/thinkworkstations) with the release of five new ThinkPads, including the ThinkPad P73, ThinkPad P53, ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, and ThinkPad P53s and P43s. The new portfolio is designed to meet the ever-changing power and portability needs of modern professionals across industries.
The ThinkPad P53 is the company’s most powerful 15-inch mobile workstation; packing the power of the Nvidia Quadro RTX 5000 GPU with RT and Tensor cores – offering realtime ray tracing and AI acceleration. The ThinkPad P53 serves as the multitool of workstations, suited for a versatile mobile option; allowing users to access workflows previously reserved for those willing to carry a 17-inch mobile workstation.
The addition of the fastest Intel Xeon and 9th Gen Core class CPUs with up to eight cores, including the Core i9, up to 128GB of memory, and 6TB of storage gives designers a powerhouse product in the portability of a 15-inch chassis.
The P53 also boasts a new OLED Touch display with Dolby Vision HDR for a high level of color and deep black levels. The unit builds on the innovation behind the ThinkPad P1 power supply, providing a 35 percent smaller power supply. The ThinkPad P53 will be available in July, starting at $1,799.
Lenovo also launched the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2 at NXT BLD, a 3.74 pounds and 17.2mm thin 15-inch workstation. The ThinkPad P1 includes the latest Nvidia Quadro Turing T1000 and T2000 GPUs and boasts fast eight-core Intel 9th Gen Xeon and Core CPUs, as well as an OLED Touch display with Dolby Vision HDR. The ThinkPad P1 Gen 2 will be available at the end of June, starting at $1,949.
Following the company’s thinner and lighter theme, Lenovo is now offering the ThinkPad P73 (shown above), a 17-inch workhorse featuring a 17.3-inch Dolby Vision 4K UHD screen and a 35-percent smaller power adaptor. Like the ThinkPad P53, this 17-inch chassis features the latest Intel Xeon and Core processors and the most powerful Nvidia Quadro RTX graphics. The ThinkPad P73 will be available in August, starting at $1,849.
The ThinkPad P53s (pictured below) and ThinkPad P43s complete the portfolio. The ThinkPad P53s combines the latest Nvidia Quadro graphics and Intel Core processors in a thin and light chassis. The p43 is a more compact option, featuring a 14-inch chassis. The ThinkPad P53s and ThinkPad P43s will be available in June and July, respectively, starting at $1,499.
For the first time, Lenovo is adding new X-Rite Pantone Factory Color Calibration to the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, ThinkPad P53 and ThinkPad P73. This is useful for professionals that require the most precise colors. The color calibration profile is stored in the cloud to ensure more accurate recalibration. This profile allows for dynamic switching between color spaces, including sRGB, Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 to ensure accurate ISV application performance.
The entire ThinkPad portfolio is also equipped with advanced ThinkShield security features – from ThinkShutter to privacy screens to self-healing BIOS that recover when attacked or corrupted.