Lenovo ThinkPad P52 Review
Laptop Reviews / April 11, 2019

Three years ago, Lenovo announced its brand-new P-series of workstation laptops within a market segment that had formerly been halfheartedly served by the ThinkPad W-series whose design was heavily inspired by the T-series. The very first models released had been the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and Lenovo ThinkPad P70, and each have been an enormous step forward compared to the ThinkPad W541. After all, for the PA3788U 1BRS 1st time since the ThinkPad W701 Lenovo’s portable workstations featured a exceptional and original design and style. This year, Lenovo presented the third-generation P-series beginning using the smaller 15.6-inch ThinkPad P52 whose most cost-effective entry-level SKU we’ve got in review nowadays. A lot more particularly, this indicates that our review unit is equipped with Cargador Medion Akoya E6418 an Intel Core i7-8750H, an Nvidia Quadro P1000, eight GB of RAM, a 512 GB SSD, and an FHD display. In Europe, this model starts at 1,699 Euros (~$1935) without a Windows license (Lenovo Campus price tag for students). Standard prices start at 1,950 Euros (~$2,221) for any device that contains a Windows license but is only equipped having a 256 GB SSD in return. Inside the US, a device similar to our evaluation unit but having…