Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Of these laptops, I'm most excited for the second-gen ThinkPad P1, Lenovo's thinnest and lightest 15-inch workstation, at 0.7 inches and 3.7 pounds. It lacks the Dolby Vision HDR certification of the ThinkPad X1 Extreme's display, but colors pop, and the contrast is superb. I could wish for a little more battery life, but otherwise the P1 belongs in the top echelon of mobile workstations and is a workstation bruiser that design or engineering professionals would be proud to carry. The Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 is a stylish machine. Subscribing to a newsletter indicates your consent to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Prices start at $1,655 for a quad-core Core i5 version with 8GB of RAM, a 256GB solid-state drive, and a 300-nit, full HD (1,920-by-1,080-pixel) screen. Wi-Fi 6 was also available on the
 Gen 2, but the new model increases the connectivity choice with an optional LTE WWAN card for mobile broadband – simply insert a Nano-SIM card on the side of the machine, just as you would for a mobile phone. Stand-out features of the Lenovo ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 model include a new super-bright 600nit UHD (3,840 x 2,160) LCD display, optional LTE WWAN for mobile broadband and enhanced cooling. PCMag Digital Group. Plenty of ports. Almost keeps up with heftier mobile workstations' performance. ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 workstation laptops feature up to 10th Gen Intel® Core™ H series (8 core) or Intel® Xeon® processors and the option of NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics. It imported and registered our 100GB test dataset in 3,843 secs, 28% slower than 
an equivalent 8-core desktop CPU, also supported by 32GB RAM. Here's a look at the two edges... On the right, you'll find a cable-lockdown security notch, two USB 3.1 Type-A ports, an SD card slot, and a SmartCard slot. Il modello P1 ha superato 12 test di conformità alle specifiche militari e oltre 200 controlli di qualità che ne garantiscono il funzionamento in condizioni estreme, Dai ghiacci artici alle tempeste di sabbia nel deserto, dall'assenza di gravità al contatto con i liquidi, puoi sempre contare su questa workstation mobile per affrontare le situazioni più estreme. Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology. In our multithreaded render tests, the ThinkPad P1 Gen 3 did well, on par with the Dell Precision 7540, which has a 
much larger chassis so more substantial cooling. In the point cloud processing software Leica Cyclone Register 360, the P1 did well, but as this multithreaded application is heavily dependent on available RAM, it would have done a lot better if the machine was configured with its maximum 64GB. The display of third-party trademarks and trade names on this site does not necessarily indicate any affiliation or the endorsement of PCMag. Frankly, your choice between the two may come down to those extra battery hours favoring the Dell, or the conventional (rather than up-your-nose) bezel webcam angle favoring the Lenovo. Unfortunately, Lenovo ran into problems during testing and validation, which meant the system didn’t perform as hoped. All of this is trademark ThinkPad. Lenovo supplied Windows Central with a review unit of the second-gen ThinkPad P1. The mobile workstation version of Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Extreme, the P1 lacks the sheer might of the company's ThinkPad P53, but it is considerably easier to carry. Tel: +44(0)20 3355 7310, Microsoft HoloLens 2 // First Look Review, Blade runner - workstation power on a thin client, Microsoft Azure NVv4 Cloud Workstation Review, Lenovo slims down entry-level workstation with ThinkStation E31 Small Form Factor, Intel Xeon E2286M in a Dell Precision 7540, it made a lot of noise about a new Ultra Performance Mode, Chaos Vantage adds ‘100% Ray Tracing’ to real-time 3D, AMFG and HP partner for Additive Manufacturing MES software, Varjo XR-3 and VR-3 Headsets enhance pro options, Rhino 7 launches ‘most significant upgrade’ yet. It's positively dwarfed by a full-sized 15.6-inch workstation like the HP ZBook 15 G5 (1 by 14.8 by 10.4 inches, 5.8 pounds). » Intel Core i9 10885H CPU (8 Cores) 2.4GHz, 5.3GHz Turbo), » Nvidia Quadro T2000 GPU (4GB GDDR5 memory), » Integrated Mobile Broadband 4G LTE-A, Fibocom L860-GL, » 15.6”UHD (3,840 x 2,160) LCD IPS 600nit, Anti-Glare 100% Adobe panel, Newsletter • FREE digital magazine • print magazine, © 2008-2020 X3DMedia Lisa Gade reviews the latest addition to the ThinkPad P series mobile workstation lineup- the Lenovo ThinkPad P1. It’s a great upgrade from a bulkier mainstream 15-inch mobile workstation, but if you already own a ThinkPad P1, then it’s a harder sell. In terms of core specs, there’s a choice of 10th Gen Intel Core CPUs up to eight cores and 5.3GHz, a small improvement over the 9th Gen Intel Core CPUs in the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, but the same choice of Turing-based Nvidia Quadro T1000 or T2000 GPUs. He works in a catful home office in Bradenton, Florida. The Dolby Atmos speaker system is said to be an improvement over the Gen 2. Rapid Charge Technology means you can go from zero to 80% charge in 30 mins and from zero to 40% in 15 mins after plugging in. The bundled Pantone X-Rite Color Assistant software allows you to choose between colour profiles, including sRGB, Adobe RGB and DCI-P3. We recently reviewed the ThinkPad P53.Today we’re reviewing another laptop in the portfolio, the ThinkPad P1 Gen 2, and looking at what this workstation has to offer.