When it comes to no-compromise performance for graphics-intensive tasks, running engineering software, and 4K video, a mobile workstation such as the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 is the way to go.

It's a very nice looking laptop with its pitch-black rectangular chassis and splashes of bright-red with the status lights on the deck and lid and TrackPoint pointing stick. The plastic lid is glass-reinforced, and the base is constructed with magnesium/aluminum. You can expect the best in-class keyboard with its smile-shaped keys and 1.95 millimeters of vertical travel.

The workstation has passed multiple MIL-STD 810G tests for everything from extreme temperatures to shocks to ensure durability.

You don't have to use the pointing stick; the 3.9×2.1-inch touchpad is comfortable and intuitive, with a matte-textured pad and support for multi-touch gestures. It also has dedicated right, left and middle click buttons.

The capabilities of the P50 are very impressive, much in part due to its Intel 6th-generation Core I and Xeon processors with integrated security and NVIDIA Quadro graphics. You can work on any 3D or even 4D project you want or play any game you want without any lagging issues.

The 15.6-inch display has a resolution of 3840×2160 and provides wide viewing angles and vibrant tones. An optional color calibrator (X-Rite Pantone) can be used to make improvements to the display's accuracy. The brightness level is 300-cd/m2, and the picture remains true, even when the screen is moved 90-degrees to the side. The dimensions of the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 are 14.86 x 9.93 x 1.02 (in inches WxDxH) and starting weight is 5.6-lbs.

There are 4 SODIMM slots with room for a maximum 64GB of memory (2133MHz). The storage includes 2TB HDD and 1TB PCIe/SATA SSD (up to three storage devices maximum). This is more than enough memory and storage you will ever need.

Battery Power for the Lenovo ThinkPad P50

Maximum battery power is just over 13 hours with the six-cell Lithium polymer (90-Wh). The adapter input AC 120/130-V (50 / 60-Hz) with 170-Watt output. Security features include Trusted Platform Module 1.2 security chip and fingerprint scanner.

An impressive number of ports and slots come with this mobile workstation, including Thunderbolt 3, which supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data electronics through a Type-C port (simultaneously), as well as a Mini DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI, 4 USB 3.0 (including 1 “always-on” ), etc. An integrated four-in-one SD card reader (SDXC, SD, SDHC, MMC, and SD) is also included.

According to many Lenovo ThinkPad P50 reviews, users are overall satisfied with its long battery life, vibrant 4D display and color output, top-notch keyboard, and strong performance.

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Source by George Botwin