Lenovo has just unveiled its new ThinkPad P50 and P70 laptops, both capable of packing Intel's new Xeon processor, 4K displays, professional-grade NVIDIA Quadro graphics, and more.
The new mobile offerings can be configured with up to 64GB of RAM, a Thunderbolt 3 connector (which can drive multiple 4K displays on its own), and the aforementioned Intel Xeon CPU. The P50 model features a 15.6-inch display while the P70 kicks it up to a 17-inch panel. The 15-inch P50 weighs in at 5.6 pounds while the 17-inch model is a much heavier 7.6-pound machine.
Lenovo's P70 does include a fourth storage bay and a second Thunderbolt port, for some serious mobile workstation power. The P50 starts at $1899 with a 1080p display, while the P70 begins at $1999 and scales very high in price depending on the configuration.
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