Lenovo ThinkPad P16

Lenovo ThinkPad P16 Offers A New Power-Packed Mobile Workstation

Lenovo’s newly  introduced ThinkPad P16 combines the best features of the ThinkPad P15 and P17 into a compact and improved form factor, that packs the high-end performance and features of the P17 into a modern 16” chassis.

The new integrated cooling solution features dual fans, heat pipes, a dual vapour chamber, keyboard air intake, and dual by-pass design to reduce skin temperatures and maintain productivity. This allows more airflow through the chassis and keeps the P16 cooler and quieter even during the heaviest workloads that power users like animators, engineers, architects and designers put the system through on a daily basis.

New design features include a 16” low blue-light display, offering a 16:10 viewing area with a higher screen-to-body ratio thanks to narrower bezels, higher pixels per inch and higher vertical resolution and space. There’s also an OLED Touch option with pen support. Additionally, the new mobile workstation features enhanced aesthetics such as a wider touchpad and integrated fingerprint reader in the power button, and a FHD camera for better picture quality on video calls. Users will also have better connectivity than ever before with new Wi-Fi 6E1 and optional 4G LTE.

Packaged in a newly designed thinner and lighter chassis, the ThinkPad P16 features new Intel 12th Gen HX CPUs – the industry’s first 55W processor – the system has increased core count and clock frequencies for faster runtimes on applications while being more power efficient.

With support for up to NVIDIA RTX A5500 professional graphics with 16GB of dedicated memory, the ThinkPad P16 has more power to accelerate graphic workflows and tackle GPU memory-intensive workloads. It also comes equipped with the latest DDR5 memory technology, supporting up to 128GB capacity, as well as a maximum of 8TB storage capacity via Performance SSDs for higher read/write and data transfer speeds so users can complete tasks faster.

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