Lenovo announces its "workstation-class" P-Series Laptops

The PC giant releases its most powerful mobile workstation.
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If you need to edit cinema-grade 4K video or render 3D models on the go, Lenovo's new P-Series Laptops are exactly what you want in your mobile arsenal. These are the first computers to use Intel's first-ever mobile Xeon processors and can support up to 64GB of ECC RAM. 

The laptops can be equipped with 15  or 17-inch displays with 1080p or 4K screens, touch capability, and Thunderbolt 3 ports that are capable of powering two 4K displays. Lenovo's new P-Series laptops arrive late this year and start at $1599 for the 15-inch model and $1999 for the beastly 17-inch P70.


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