The new models have been upgraded with Intel’s eighth-generation Xeon E and Core processors. Lenovo is marketing the products to appeal to engineers, architects, and designers who need processing power for their CAD applications.
Lenovo is updating its ThinkStation workstations with slimmer models.
The P330 series is made of up three workstations: a full PC tower, a mid-level unit, and a mini-desktop called the P330 Tiny that can fit in your hands.
The full tower and the mid-level unit are up to 30 percent smaller than older ThinkStation P series models, Lenovo said. Meanwhile, the P330 Tiny maintains the same dimensions as last year’s model, and comes in metal chassis about 1 liter in volume.
With the new models, you’ll be able to upgrade to Intel’s eighth-generation Core processors. The full tower and mid-tower can also be equipped with Intel Xeon E processors. Lenovo claims the new chips can offer a 30 percent increase in performance over the older P series models.
The upcoming products will also offer varying support for Nvidia’s Quadro graphics chips. The full tower and mid-level unit can be configured with up to 64GB in DDR4 RAM, whereas the Tiny model offers up to 32GB.
Lenovo is marketing the products to appeal to engineers, architects, and designers who need processing power for their CAD applications. The Tiny model, which weighs at 2.9 pounds, can be particularly useful for consumers who want a desktop that won’t take up too much space and can easily fit in a backpack. Despite its small profile, the Tiny unit can also support up to six independent displays.
Pricing hasn’t been announced, but Lenovo dubbed the P330 series as family “entry-level” workstations; last year’s models started at $944. New ThinkStation P330 series will be available next month.
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