Lenovo has announced its latest AMD-powered mobile and desktop workstations: the ThinkPad P15s, ThinkPad P14s, ThinkPad P16s, as well as ThinkStation P620 and ThinkStation P358 at the SIGGRAPH 2022, in Vancouver. Let’s browse through them.
ThinkPad P15s, P14s, and P16s
Built for creators who prefer more value, the ThinkPad P15v bridges the price and performance gap between entry-level and high-end workstations by incorportating the incredible mobile AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 H-series CPUs with integrated security measure paired with professional graphics from NVIDIA, in a 15.6-inch UHD display.
On the other hand, the ThinkPad P14s is equipped with the latest AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 U-series processors with next-generation Radeon PRO integrated graphics in a conveniently portable 14-inch chassis. For those seeking a even larger display, the ThinkPad P16s got them covered as it offers the same feature functionality as its smaller siblings, but in a 16-inch form factor.
ThinkStation P620 and P358
Lenovo has also showcased the ThinkStation P620, which is developed to be the most adaptable workstation on the market, removing bottlenecks when running a range of multi-threaded applications. It can accommodate up to two NVIDIA RTX A6000 or four RTX A4000 graphics cards, a whooping six PCIe Gen 4 expansion slots, and a large 33L chassis for enhanced airflow and thermal management.
As for the ThinkStation P358, it boasts the latest AMD Ryzen PRO processors, up to NVIDIA RTX A2000 or GeForce RTX 3080 graphics, and support for power supplies up to 750W, offering an impressive performance while being affordable.
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