Lenovo has officially introduced the latest addition to its family of entry-level desktop workstations at the NVIDIA GTC conference – the ThinkStation P360 Tower and Tiny. This duo of workstations represent the next step in the value-oriented offerings of Lenovo’s workstation portfolio and are ideal for engineers and designers that work with clock-speed-driven 3D applications as well as AI practitioners and data scientists working on smaller-sized projects and datasets.
Built with the latest high-performance 12th Gen Intel processors and support for up to NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics, the ThinkStation P360 Tower CPU is up to 58% faster than the previous generation and gives users the power of a workstation at the price of a desktop. The P360 Tower chassis also now comes with an industry leading 92% 750W power supply, as well as four PCIe Gen 4 slots for faster memory and access to storage technologies, along with robust I/O for peripheral support.
The ThinkStation P360 Tiny is the industry’s smallest desktop workstation at less than 1L in volume and offers uncompromising performance in a form factor that is 96% smaller than a traditional desktop for optimal mobility. Powered by the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processors, the ThinkStation P360 Tiny brings the professional power of a workstation in an efficient and portable design. The P360 Tiny supports the NVIDIA T1000 professional GPU, boasting up to 47% more performance than the previous generation GPU. The new workstation now also supports RAID storage configurations to improve data security and the Intel WiFi 6e standard for improved connectivity.