It is highly doubtful if anyone imagined that the first mobile Skylake generation workers would actually be Processors From the Xeon brand, which comes first in history to officially married systems - but that's exactly what happened, and the first to take advantage of the surprising event is Lenovo, And theThinkPad Her renowned.
ThinkPad P50 and ThinkPad P70 laptops, which are probably the most advanced mobile workstations you can find on the market right now - you will find here the Xeon E3 1500M v5 processor whose details are unknown, but will contain four cores 47 Watt Thermal Skylake Section and Support for vPro Component Applications Intel Plus support for memory with error correction code (ECC), an 15.6-inch screen for the P50 and an 17.3-inch screen for the P70 based on 1,080 × 1,920 pixels or 2,160 × 3,840 pixel resolution, including Touch interface and color calibration for each device and device.
The advanced specification does not end here. In both models, you can get up to 64GB (!) Of 4MHz DDR2,133 memory and ECC (thank you, Skylake), an SSX-based, up to terabyte M.2 / PCI Express SSD drive and a 2- Four 3.0 USB connections, ExpressCard input, advanced Thunderbolt 3 connection based on USB Type C interface, wireless network connectivity based on the latest 8260 chip of Intel, An option for a fourth-generation built-in modem, battery Of four, six or eight cells and more.
For dessert, the ThinkPad P50 and the ThinkPad P70 also include a graphics card from the advanced Quadro line of NVIDIA - And a new model whose identity has not yet been officially disclosed, but according to half reports on the network will be the Quadro M5000M, a mobile parallel to the Quadro M5000 revealed near the mobile phones themselves. If you believe the same Quadro M5000M will be based on the full GM204 core of theMaxwell 2.0, and will therefore offer Performence Graphics that prefer those of theGeforce The GTX 980M is powerful in its own right, plus the general GPGPU processing capabilities that differentiate the G-Geforce To theQuadro.
In spite of all the dreaded specs, the P50 and P70 laptops manage to maintain dimensions similar to other laptops of similar size - with the smaller P50 being based on the (initial) weight of only 2.5 pounds and the thickness of about 25 millimeters, and the P70 Starting weight of 3.4 kilograms and thickness of about 31 millimeters. These are probably not ultraviolet - but with such specifications we would expect even more formidable dimensions, so we might say we were pleasantly surprised.
Not easy and certainly not flimsy - but somehow still less monstrous than we would expect
The prices of the P50 and P70 will start at $ 1,600 and $ 2,000 respectively, although to get the full capabilities mentioned in the previous paragraphs you will need to separate from the duplicate (or perhaps even more) of these basic price tags - whatever Will smuggle most home users who might be interested in the monster Performence But apparently will not make too much impression on businesses and organizations that are accustomed to such prices and seem to be getting a much more compact and advanced product than they used to.
It will be interesting to see how the mobile Xeon processors will live next to the X-core The advanced ones, and will there be a potential line here for the advanced home users too - if the Xeon chips don't include Core A built-in graphic that wastes unnecessary energy, for example. We will update you as soon as we find out more about this interesting initiative of the chip giant.
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