Lenovo’s ThinkPad P52s is a slim but power-packed mobile workstation

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Moving onto the ThinkStation tower PCs, the first is the P520, which is backed up by a more compact machine in the form of the P520c, and these are mainstream single CPU workstations.

Both can be equipped with an Intel Xeon W Series processor boasting up to 18 cores and speeds of up to 4.5GHz.

With the P520 you can specify up to 256GB of system memory, and a pair of Nvidia Quadro P6000 graphics cards. It will also accommodate up to eight system drives. The system’s tower case measures 455 x 165 x 440mm (W x D x H).

As for the P520c, that allows for up to 128GB of system RAM, a single Nvidia Quadro P5000 graphics card, and up to six system drives. Its tower case measures 175 x 426 x 376mm (W x D x H).

All of these fresh Lenovo offerings will go on sale towards the end of January 2018, with exact pricing to be confirmed.

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