Lenovo’s ThinkStation P920 and P720 hit the market this month

Kareem Anderson

While Lenovo continues to iterate and craft featherweight laptop designs, the company is still providing power PC users the unbridled utility of a tower enabled workstation.

In between Day 2 of Microsoft’s developer conference and the start of Google’s I/O, Lenovo slipped in an announcement that its ThinkStation P920 and P720 will be available for the masses this month.

With a redesigned robust thermal cooling and tool-less chassis, users will now get 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, optimized with 28 cores and increased frequencies up to 4.4 GHz.

Other features include:

We’re also adding support for the NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ 8000 GPUs. Powered by the NVIDIA Turing™ architecture and the NVIDIA RTX platform to deliver the world’s most powerful graphics card solution for professional workflows. With NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 powering our latest workstations, industry professionals can now wield the power of hardware-accelerated ray tracing and AI to boost productivity and develop content at unparalleled speeds —not only saving time but also saving money. Also, using NVLink, two RTX 8000s can be connected to provide up to 96GB of total graphics memory; scaling for the largest rendering, visualization, compute, and AI workloads.

The P920 and P720 will be available for purchase in May and for more details, buyers can visit here.