The Lenovo ThinkBook 15p features Nvidia GTX graphics and an X-Rite Pantone calibrated display
Lenovo is targeting the ThinkBook 15p towards creators, and this is evident from the display. The base FullHD model is an IPS panel that meets 100% sRGB and a middling 300 nit brightness, but the upgraded UHD (4K) display is the standout here. The 4K panel is X-Rite Pantone colour calibrated from the factory and can display 100% of the Adobe RGB colour gamut with a 600-nit peak brightness.
Workloads are handled by an Intel 10th Gen H-series processor (up to i7) and paired with an Nvidia GTX 1650 Max-Q or GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q. These Max-Q variants offer enough performance for GPU accelerated tasks and should stay cooler inside the relatively svelte chassis (359 x 249.5 x 19.9 mm / 1.9 kg). Purchasers can configure memory to 32 GB of DDR4-2933, and there are two PCIe M.2 slots for NVMe drives with one pre-populated.
Surprisingly, the ThinkBook 15p is missing the Thunderbolt port present in the ThinkBook 15 (non-p). The USB-C port is data only and is joined by two USB3.2, HDMI 2.0, SD card slot, RJ45 LAN, WiFi 6, and Bluetooth 5.0.
The Lenovo ThinkBook 15p will release in October 2020 with prices starting at US$939.
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