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Lenovo Introduces the ThinkPad P16 Mobile Workstation Laptop

Lenovo ThinkPad P16 Mobile Workstation Laptop

Today’s workstation users are balancing the need to seamlessly be able to work in multiple environments, with the challenge of running their most critical applications and maintaining productivity no matter where they are. Historically, the outstanding level of power and performance needed to execute these complex workflows sometimes meant sacrificing true mobility. With recent technological advancements in CPU and GPU performance combined with engineering innovations around thermal capacity and display offerings, users no longer need to rely on bulky or heavy machines to get what they need.

With an all-aluminum storm grey chassis and a red accent across the back of the system. the new ThinkPad P16 offers an elevated design while providing the same reliability, security, durability, and expandability that users have come to expect with a ThinkPad P Series mobile workstation. Built to combine the best features of the ThinkPad P15 and P17 into an all new compact and improved form factor, the P16 packs in the high-end performance and features of the P17 into a modern 16” chassis.

Not only does the ThinkPad P16 boast a new 16” low blue-light display, but that screen real estate translates into 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 6E and optional 4G LTE.

The new ThinkPad P16 mobile workstation will be available later this month starting at $1,979.

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