New Lenovo Workstations Bring a Higher Level of Performance to the Masses
It has been a busy couple days for Lenovo. First, they announced the PHAB2 Pro (the first Tango-enabled smartphone) and then today Lenovo officially announced new ThinkStations… the P410 and P510. These join the ThinkStation lineup already including the P310, P710, and P910.
The ThinkStation P510 and P410 will be available by the end of the month, but little is available on the website as of right now. What I could find on the interwebs is the MSRP for the P410 starts at $1,049 and the starting price of the P510 is $1,399.
Lenovo ThinkStation P410
The Lenovo P410 is positioned as an entry-level “mainstream” workstation for people on a budget. This system features the latest from Intel (Xeon E5-1600 v4 processors with Turbo Max 3.0 technology) and a higher core count and memory capacity than any other entry level workstation.
Lenovo ThinkStation P510
The Lenovo P510 is designed to provide as much power as possible from a single socket workstation, as well as double the storage capacity and quadruple the memory capacity of other entry workstations.
Lenovo Performance Tuner
Lenovo has also announced the new free Lenovo Performance Tuner (LPT). Use this to fine tune your system “experience”, including Application Affinity, Application Priority, Power Management, Resource Monitoring (and Tuning), Graphics Management, and BIOS Management.
“We’re also announcing the launch of our premiere performance optimization tool, the Lenovo Performance Tuner (LPT). LPT is the latest result of our team’s continuous work to give users the freedom to get the most out of their workstation. LPT will enable customers to fine-tune their individual experience based on their specific software’s demands on the hardware. “