Lenovo’s 16-inch ThinkPad claims desktop-like performance with 55 W Intel CPU 

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Enlarge / Lenovo ThinkPad P16. (credit: Lenovo)

Lenovo is increasing the performance while shrinking the diagonal screen size of its P-series ThinkPad laptop workstation. The Lenovo ThinkPad P16 announced Tuesday aims to serve professionals with high-performance mobile needs with Intel’s recently announced 12th Gen mobile HX-series processors and a taller display.

Desktop-level parts

This is Lenovo’s first product to feature Intel’s HX-series mobile CPUs. Announced earlier in May, the chips promise more desktop-like performance with 55 W thermal design power (TDP). We expect the chips to run faster for longer with greater power consumption and heat than the next most powerful series in the 12th Gen mobile lineup, Intel’s H-series chips with 45 W TDP.

The P16 will go up to an i9 HX-series processor with eight Performance cores that can boost up to 5 GHz and eight Efficiency cores that can boost up to 3.6 GHz.

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