Lenovo ThinkPad P53

Lenovo ThinkPad P53 Preview: All You Need to Know About the New 15.6-inch Mobile Workstation

The newly released ThinkPad series consists of some very impressive laptop workstations with designs that break expectations about what mobile workstations are supposed to look with and come with. The 15.6-inch model in particular is impressively thin, light, and stylish. An (optional) 4K OLED display featuring Dolby Vision is even available with the Lenovo ThinkPad P53. It is designed to meet the ever-changing needs of modern professionals across a variety of industries, in and out of the office.

Since it’s designed to deliver top-notch performance, it’s not the most compact of laptop workstations, yet it isn’t overly big either. It’s in line with most other 15.6-inch high-end laptops. Also, since it is a true workstation, the P53 has certifications from all essential ISVs for AutoCad, ArcGIs, inventor, Creo, NX, Microstation, Revit, VectorWorks, and several other companies.

The chassis is built like the ThinkPad models – solid and extremely durable. The good news is that there are more USB Type-C ports and fewer Type-A. There is also HDMI 2.0 and a 4-in-1 media card reader (SDXC, SDHC, SD, and MMC). The starting weight is 5.51-lbs (377.4-mm x 252.3-mm x 24.5-mm). Security features that come with this business laptop include a TPM module (2.0), fast identity online authentication capabilities, ThinkShutter privacy cover for webcam, Kensington lock slot, and optional match-on-chip fingerprint reader and IR camera.

Lenovo ThinkPad P53 Connectivity

As for connectivity, the Lenovo ThinkPad P53 is equipped with WLAN Intel AX200 Wi-Fi (2×2) / 802.11AX + Bluetooth 5.0 technology. There is optional WWAN Fibocom L850 GL LTE-A (4GB / cat 9). It features stereo speakers featuring Dolby Atmos sound system and a dual far-field microphone setup.

There are a couple of options for processors: Intel Xeon E 2276M with vPro with 6-cores and 2.80-GHz base up to 4.70-GHz (12MB cache) and up to 9th Gen.Intel Core i9 9880H with vPro and 2.30 – 4.80-GHz (Turbo Boost) 8-cores / 16MB cache.

The 15.6-inch display is available as FHD IPS anti-glare (300-nits or 500-nits) and UHD OLED multi-touch (350-nits) with 3840 x 2160 resolution with Dolby Vision HDR. The latter is definitely worth buying – you can’t ever go wrong with a 4K OLED multi-touch display. Get a NVIDIA Quardro T1000 (4GB) video card or your choice of Quadro RTX 3000 /4000 / or 5000 (6GB / 8GB / 16GB) card. Get all of the storage you need as well, as there is enough room for up to 6TB (SATA).

No matter what kind of profession you have, or which industry your company is involved in, the new Lenovo ThinkPad P53 workstation is designed to last for years to come.

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