Lenovo Delivers Expanded Portfolio of New Mobile and Desktop Workstations

Lenovo extends its collaboration with AMD in this latest product launch.

Lenovo extends its collaboration with AMD in this latest product launch.

ThinkPad P15v closes the gap in price and performance between entry-level and high-end workstations by including the mobile AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 H-series processors with integrated security features. Image courtesy of Lenovo.


Lenovo has added two new mobile workstations to its expanded product portfolio of AMD-powered workstations—continuing the company’s collaboration to develop new systems.  

The ThinkPad P15v closes the gap in price and performance between entry-level and high-end workstations by including the mobile AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 H-series processors with integrated security features, professional graphics from NVIDIA, and a 15.6-in. universal high-definition display. The ThinkPad P14s, Lenovo’s most mobile workstation, features the latest AMD Ryzen PRO 6000 U-series processors with next-generation Radeon PRO integrated graphics.

The ThinkPad P14s allows users to be creative anytime or anywhere, inside a portable 14-in. chassis. For users looking for more screen without sacrificing mobility, the ThinkPad P16s, which launched earlier this year, offers the same feature functionality as its smaller cousin, but in a 16-in. form factor. All of these mobile workstations have been tested at the highest level to pass MIL-SPEC standards. 

All machines are independent software vendor-certified to offer more choices to better serve Lenovo’s customers across industries. More details around Lenovo’s broader workstation portfolio can be found here

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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