Lenovo’s latest ‘value’ workstations

The ThinkStation P360 Tower and Tiny to debut in April.

Lenovo is growing its family of entry-level desktop workstations with the ThinkStation P360 and Tiny, which are geared for users who work with clock-speed-driven 3D applications, such as engineers and designers, as well as data scientists and AI practitioners working on smaller size projects and datasets.

Lenovo’s P360 Tower. (Source: Lenovo)

The ThinkStation P360 Tower uses up to the latest 12th Gen Intel Core i9 processors (16 cores, 5.2 GHz) for a CPU that is 58% faster than the previous generation, and supports up to Nvidia RTX A5000 graphics cards with 24GB VRAM. As a result, users have the power of a workstation, but not at the cost of one. Meanwhile, the chassis comes with an industry-leading 92% 750 W power supply, four PCIe Gen 4 slots for faster memory and access to storage technologies, and I/O for peripheral support. In terms of size, the ThinkStation P360 is 6.7 inches wide by 14.8 inches in height.

Lenovo’s P360 Tiny. (Source: Lenovo)

The ThinkStation P360 Tiny is 96% smaller than a traditional desktop workstation for easy mobility, pitched by Lenovo as the smallest desktop workstation available at less than 1 liter in volume. It is powered by the latest 12th Gen Intel Core processor (16 cores, 5.2 GHz) and supports up to the Nvidia T1000 GPU with 8GB VRAM, resulting in 47% more performance than the previous-generation GPU. In addition, the mini workstation’s RAID storage configurations provide better data security, while the Intel WiFi 6e standard offers better connectivity.

The Lenovo ThinkStation P360 Tower and Tiny will be available in April, starting at $1,249 (USD) and $1,149 (USD), respectively.