Multinational technology giant Lenovo's recently unveiled ThinkPad P71 laptop boasts to have some really unique features that allow it to outshine rival machines in the increasingly crowded market.
The 7.5-pound Lenovo ThinkPad P71 laptop is a superfast machine that can flawlessly work with HTC's Vive and the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headsets.
It has a 17-inch screen and comes equipped with Intel's powerful Xeon E3-v6 mobile chips that are based on the widely-acclaimed Kaby Lake architecture. It can also be configured with Nvidia's mobile Quadro GPUs, such as P5000M, to enhance content creation and VR experiences.
By default, it comes with an HD screen. But, one can get it configured with a 4K-resolution screen. It also boasts to have support for a Thunderbolt 3 slot.
The long list of the new machine's striking features includes support for up to 64GB of DDR4 memory, up to 2TB of storage through four slots, a USB 3.0 port, HDMI 1.4, Mini-DispayPort 1.2 slot, and Gigabit Ethernet slots.
According to Lenovo's official website, the ThinkPad P71 laptop will hit store shelves in April this year, with price tag starting at $1,849.
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