ThinkPad P70 By Lenovo – Blistering Performance

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ThinkPad P70 which was released by Lenovo the major company in making PC stuff, P70 is one of the first notebook which is characterizing Intel’s Sixt-Gen Skylake processor. Which should give it a boost in functionality compared to Broadwell or Haswell chips. The ThinkPad P70 is being positioned by Lenovo as the ultimate workstation that you can take on the go without missing your desktop.


Touch & Battery Life

ThinkPad P70 can be also configured with a fingerprint scanner for security-conscious organizations. Like the trend set by Apple and Samsung in the smartphone market, and the authentication requires a touch on P70 not a swipe. If you are using Win 10, then the fingerprint scanner will work with ‘Windows Hello’ and Microsoft Passport by allowing you to ditch the password for Windows logins.

The touch method just asks users to tap and hold their finger to the scanner embedded on the right-hand side of the keyboard deck. Lenovo switched to the touch method for scanning fingerprints because it is easier for users, according to Flynn.

ThinkPad P70 is integrated, meaning that it can’t be replaced. The eight-cell battery in the P70 is rated for between five and six hours of use, according to Flynn. Power Bridge Technology allows owners of the W550s to swap out the depleted replaceable battery for a fresh one without having to shut down their system. This saves time as you will not need to reopen tabs or relaunch apps because you don’t have to shut down.


ThinkPad P70 comes in a matte black box, similar to the ThinkPad W541 and the ThinkPad W550s. Without a touchscreen display, the P70 measures 16.4 x 10.8 x 1.2 inches and weighs 7.6 pounds. The P70 is cloaked in a black soft touch materia, but the material feels smooth and less prone to attracting grease. Fingerprints or dirt than the soft touch coating on the ThinkPad W550s. ThinkPad P70 still brings a few firsts to Lenovo’s mobile workstation lineup.

The P70 is the first Lenovo mobile workstation to come with a 17.3-inch display, and it is the first Lenovo laptop to come with a 4K res, besting the 3K screens on the ThinkPad W541 and W550s.


The P70 is a major upgrade from the quad-core Haswell-based architecture of the ThinkPad W541 it replaces.the Lenovo ThinkPad P70 promises to deliver plenty of performance, to the delight of engineers, graphics and design professionals, video editors and those who require raw computational power while mobile. And although Lenovo is keeping the tested and trusted ThinkPad design the same.