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Lenovo P14s, P15s feature 10th Gen Intel processors and NVIDIA Quadro graphics

Lenovo Thinkpad P14s Back
Lenovo Thinkpad P14s Back (Image credit: Lenovo)

Lenovo ThinkPad P14s Front

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What you need to know

  • Lenovo announced the ThinkPad P14s and ThinkPad P15s.
  • The workstation laptops feature 10th Gen Intel Core i7 processors and NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics.
  • The ThinkPad P14s starts at $1,599 and the ThinkPad P15s starts at $1,579.
  • Both laptops are expected to launch in May 2020.

Lenovo announced two new workstation laptops today, the ThinkPad P14s and ThinkPad P15s. Both laptops feature high-end internals for creators, including 10th Gen Intel Core processors and NVIDIA Quadro graphics. Lenovo built the ThinkPad P14s and P15s for people who need to create anywhere, including working remotely or working on site. The ThinkPad P14s starts at $1,599 and the ThinkPad P15s starts at $1,579. Both laptops are expected to launch in May 2020, but Lenovo does not have a specific release date at this time.

Both the ThinkPad P14s and ThinkPad P15s are available with up to an Intel Core i7-10810u processor with a turbo boost clock speed of 4.9GHz. When paired with NVIDIA Quadro graphics, they should provide quite a bit of power for people on the go. They support Wi-Fi 6 and support Ubuntu and Red Hat Linux if people prefer to work in those spaces. The specs that Lenovo lists are identical for the two laptops apart from their screen sizes.

CategoryLenovo ThinkPad P14s and P15s
Display14-inch (ThinkPad P14s)
15-inch (ThinkPad P15s)
ProcessorUp to 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10810u
GraphicsNVIDIA Quadro
StorageUp to 2TB
BatteryUp to 14 hours (according to Lenovo)
WirelessWi-Fi 6

Both laptops feature up to 4K UHD displays with Dolby Vision HDR and X-Rite Pantone Factor Color Calibration. Lenovo states that the laptops get up to 14 hours of battery life.

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