Lenovo today is announcing two new laptops in its ThinkPad series called P1 and P72. While both laptops belong to the same series, they differ in terms of design and functionality. The ThinkPad P1 takes its place as the slimmest laptop in the series, while the P72 focuses on delivering more power for the buck. Both laptops are said to be launching in US soon for a price of $1,949 and $1,799, respectively.
Lenovo ThinkPad P1 specifications and features
The ThinkPad P1 is designed with the idea to deliver performance of a workstation in a lightweight and sleek design. It is available with both 8th Generation Intel Core i7 or Xeon processor. The CPU is further tagged alongside the latest NVIDIA Quadro P1000 or P2000 professional graphics cards. The laptop comes with 64GB of RAM and 4TB of SSD storage.
Lenovo is equipping the P1 with a 15.6-inch 4K touchscreen display, which the company claims can present 100 percent of the Adobe color gamut. The low-end variant will be available with a full HD screen. The laptop is said to come with a battery life of 13 hours. However, the ThinkPad P1 power supply is said to be 35 percent smaller and lighter than its predecessors.
Lenovo ThinkPad P72 specifications and features
The Lenovo ThinkPad P72 is targeted towards high-performance professionals, belonging to oil and gas, automotive and financial industries. The laptop comes with a 17.3-inch 4K UHD screen that also promises to offer 100 percent Adobe color gamut and 10-bit color depth.
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It features the latest 8th Generation Intel Xeon and Core processors, same as the ThinkPad P1. However, the P72 comes with a more powerful NVIDIA Quadro graphics cards ranging up to the P5200. It further comes with 6TB of SSD storage and a whopping 128GB of memory. The laptop is backed by a 6-cell battery, which is touted to offer a battery life of 18 hours.