Looking to get a new laptop now that Windows 10 is out? Look no further than Lenovo. Their new ThinkPad P50 and P70 laptops pack ultra-powerful (and also totally new) Intel Xeon processors and feature crisp 4K displays. There’s even something for gamers and graphics editors with the machine’s built-in pro-level NVIDIA Quadro graphics.


If crunching numbers is more your ‘thang then the P50 and P70 has your back there too. Between the beast-level Xeon processor and the potential 64GB of RAM only the most intensive of intensive programs can bring this laptop to its knees.

So what’s the difference between the two machines? Well the P50 is a 15.6-inch, 5.6-pound laptop while the P70 is a 17”, 7.6 pound monster with four storage bays and 2 Thunderbolt ports (compared to 1 on the P50).

Pricing starts at $1599 for the P50 with a 1080p display and the P70 will cost $1999 and up.

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