The new Lenovo mobile workstations are the latest offering from the tech manufacturer to boost efficiency and productivity in hybrid work environments
The post-pandemic era gave way to a new way of working: the hybrid work environments that allow workers to get flexible work hours over distances.
“There is no doubt that the pandemic introduced the way to a remote working environment, giving way to mobile workstations,” says Mr.Herman, the VP and GM of Client Business AI at Lenovo. “Our decision to roll out the ThinkPad P1 Gen 4 will be able to enhance productivity and drive 2x time faster performance than before.”
Lenovo’s recent research on Digital Transformation shows that 70% of employees reported a higher degree of job satisfaction when allowed to upscale the technology.
ThinkPad P15 and P17
Lenovo recently announced the next generation of ThinkPad P1. The latest versions are called the ThinkPad P15 and ThinkPad P17 mobile workstations, and they are made to support the hybrid way of working. These new technologies are powered by Intel Core and Xeon mobile CPUs, with their architecture updated to the latest NVIDIA RTX A5000. These mobile workstations can improve collaboration and provide professionals with the speed and efficiency they need to maximize their productivity.
Another powerful upgrade that lets people collaborate over distances is the ThinkVision P34w-20 which boasts a 34-inch ultra-wide screen delivering clear, vivid graphics in sRGB color. It is specially designed for creative professionals who often have to switch between design and productivity applications.
Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock
The Thinkpad Thunderbolt is the first cabled dock with an Intel AMT for high-performance activities, featuring a single 300w power supply.
The Thinkpad P1, P15, and P17 will be available in stores from July 2021, starting at 2099 euro, 1749 euro and 1779 euro. The new ThinkVision P34w-20 monitor and Thunderbolt 4 Workstation Dock are priced around 899 euro and 341 euro, respectively, and will be available in stores this fall.