Lenovo is busy launching new professional products this week, and the ThinkPad P1 is the laptop that we like the most.
The Lenovo ThinkPad P1 uses the same 15.6” chassis as the ThinkPad X1 Extreme, which we previously reviewed, but it is built as a workstation, and that includes options such as NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, multiple SSD, Xeon processor, and OLED display.
The carbon-fiber chassis passes manyMIL-STD-810G tests, and the general ruggedness of ThinkPad products often make them a sought-after feature for IT staff maintaining the computers, but also from road-warriors who want a reliable product while away from the HQ office. The spill-proof keyboard alone can be the difference between a successful trip and professional disaster.
The most expensive version of this laptop have a display back-cover showing the carbon fiber weave under a protective layer. It’s beautiful.
Despite the superficial similarities, the difference is, in fact, massive. For example, the new ThinkPad T1 can be purchased with an 8-core 9th Generation Intel Xeon processor (or a Core i9) along with 64GB of RAM (2x SO-DIMM modules).
For graphics or AI processing, the NVIDIA Quadro T2000 is the fastest option available to this laptop. While it’s not technically the fastest mobile workstation GPU, keep
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