Lenovo takes on HP with its new 'tiny' workstation

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At its Transform event today, Lenovo announced a new workstation. The company’s latest workstation is called the ThinkStation P320 Tiny — and as the name implies, it’s a mini PC. The concept of the ThinkStation Tiny is similar to HP’s Z2 Mini which is also a mini workstation.

In terms of the specs, the ThinkStation P320 Tiny comes with Intel’s 7th gen Core i7 processors. The workstation packs Nvidia’s Quadro P600 GPU as well as the Integrated Graphics from Internal. You can get up to 32 GB of DDR4 RAM on the device, and up to 2TB of SSD which is pretty fantastic.

Engineered to go where others can’t, the ThinkStation P320 Tiny combines simple and efficient design with the professional power of a workstation. Pushing the envelope, this ISV-certified workstation packs 7th Gen Intel processors and NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics inside and provides up to 2TB of PCIe storage and 32GB of memory. Able to support six independent displays, this Tiny system is ideal for the demands of architecture and engineering, financial services, healthcare, STEM education, and any other area where powerful ideas are brought to life.

Interestingly, customers can get the ThinkStation P320 with Windows 10 or Linux if they don’t fancy Windows. The device goes on sale today at $799.

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