Lenovo Launches ThinkStation P320 Tiny Workstation That's as Light as MacBook Air

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Lenovo Launches ThinkStation P320 Tiny Workstation That's as Light as MacBook Air

Highlights

  • Lenovo has launched its smallest workstation - ThinkStation P320 Tiny
  • It comes with up to Intel Core i7 Pro 7th-gen CPU and 32GB of RAM
  • ThinkStation P320 Tiny will be available at a price starting $800 in US

Lenovo's annual Tech World Transform is underway and the Chinese company announced the launch of its new PC workstation that is as light as Apple's MacBook Air. Called the ThinkStation P320 Tiny, the workstation weighs just 1.3kg and houses top-of-the-line specifications for a small machine like this with an Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia Quadro P600 graphics card, up to 32GB of DDR4-2400 RAM, and 2TB of SSD space. The Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny is priced at $800 (roughly Rs. 51,700) for the base model, however the top configuration model is expected to cost twice as much. 

The Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny comes with the two processor variants - the Intel Core i7-7700T in the base model and Intel Core i7 vPro in the high-end model. Preloaded with Windows 10 Pro (64-bit), the workstation packs up to 32GB of DDR4 2400MHz RAM and two M.2 SSD slots with 1TB storage each. However the maximum SSD storage is subject to availability via after-market upgrade as per the owner's choice. Even though Lenovo's new PC workstation is lightweight and compact, it packs Nvidia Quadro P600 graphics card.

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In addition, the Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny comes with about six USB 3.0 ports (2 on the front and 4 on the rear side), 3.5mm audio port, LAN cable port, along with four mini-DisplayPorts and two DisplayPorts. It also has connectivity options like Intel's Dual Band Wi-Fi (ac 8265) and Bluetooth v4.1. It measures 35.6x180.3x182.88mm and comes with Green and ISV certifications as well.

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