Lenovo today introduced the Thinkpad P50 and the Thinkpad P70. The devices offer up to 64GB of RAM (DR4-2133 ECC) – yep, 64GB. The devices pack Intel’s Xeon CPU and offer up to 1TB of SSD storage. However, if you’re looking for HDD storage, the devices offer up to 2TB of HDD which is pretty good as well. The devices also sport two UBC-Thunderbolt 3 ports and the NVIDIA Quadro GPU.
The Thinkpad P50 sports a 15.6-inch (1920×1080 IPS) display, while the P70 packs a 17.3″ (1920×1080 IPS) display. Both of the devices offer touch support and a 3840×2160 IPS display — however, these features are optional. It’s worth noting that the Thinkpad P70 also offers an optional DVD-RW drive but do we still use DVDs in 2015?
The P60 weighs in at 2.5kg while the P70 weights in at 3.4kg. The Thinkpad P50 starts at $1599 and the P7- starts at $1999. Both of these devices will be available with Windows 10/8.1/7 or Ubuntu. For those wondering, the Thinkpad P50 and P70 will be available in Q4 this year.
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