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Lenovo ThinkPad P70 Review

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Lisa Gade reviews Lenovo’s first mobile Intel Xeon laptop, the ThinkPad P70. This is a 7.6 lb. 17” mobile workstation for product design and engineering, CAD, 3D, financial simulations, movie editing and more.

** Read our full written review here:

For those who prefer something smaller, there’s the Lenovo ThinkPad P50, a 5.6 lb. 15.6” version with the same features except its dedicated graphics that cap at the NVIDIA Quadro M2000M vs. the M4000M 4GB in our P70-- we'll review the ThinkPad P50 separately.

The P70 starts at $1,860, and our higher end model sells for $3,500. It’s available with a 1080p or 4K matte non-touch display with high color gamut and optional X-Rite calibration device built into the keyboard deck.

The ThinkPad P70 is available with Intel Skylake 6th generation quad core i7 CPUs or our 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon E3-1505M v5 quad core CPU. Either way, you’re getting a 45 watt CPU with Intel 530 graphics, but the Xeon is clocked a bit higher, supports ECC RAM and has a larger 8MB cache vs. 6MB for the Core i7. The laptop has DDR4 RAM up to 64GB, two M.2 slots (ours has a PCIe SSD), a 2.5” drive bay and a DVD burner. It has two Thunderbolt 3/USB-C ports, ethernet and plenty more ports. Internals are easily serviceable and the 96 WHr battery is removable.

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