Lenovo announces the diminutive ThinkStation P320 Tiny workstation PC

Lenovo has announced its latest workstation PC, the appropriately named ThinkStation P320 Tiny. Billed by Lenovo as the world's smallest workstation with independent software vendor (ISV) certification, the ThinkStation P320 Tiny packs quite a bit into a diminutive 2.9-pound package.

Inside, the ThinkStation P320 Tiny, you'll find Intel's latest 7th-generation Core i processors and NVIDIA Quadro P600 graphics. The workstation PC can be configured with up to 32GB of DDR4 2400MHz RAM and up 2TB of storage. Included ports are fairly robust for such a small package, including a total of six USB 3.0 ports, 4 Mini-DisplayPorts, 2 DisplayPorts, ethernet, and front audio.

ISV certification also means that the ThinkStation P320 Tiny is guaranteed to provide "a consistent and accurate software experience" for applications like AutoCAD, Vectorworks, and more.

The P320 Tiny is expected to go on sale today (opens in new tab) starting at $849.

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  • I like it! Screen looks awesome
  • Screen looks OK. It's the box that doesn't. Old school looks. Retro.
  • The screen looks like Dell Ultrasharp. So yes, it's nice :)
  • Yup, I have two of them! :)
  • Well, business PCs aren't exactly known to be visually attractive, so... :)
  • That's rubbish! Dell XPS laptops are, HP Spectre... etc etc. Just because they aren't expected to be doesn't mean they shouldn't be or can't be.
  • Tiny, but definitely still looks like a workstation.
  • 849 isn't tiny though !
  • I am not a fan of the ThinkPad series. At least no visually speaking.
  • That's confusing. If you need a workstation you'd go for something more powerful. And if you need a small capable PC, you'd still not put in a Quadro, would you?