Lenovo has introduced a new ThinkPad P50 and ThinkPad P70 workstation laptops.
According to the Engadget, the laptops has color-accurate 4K displays and pro NVIDIA Quadro graphics with Intel's first-ever mobile Xeon processors, the E3-1500M.
Also, the CPU upgrade also brings benefits normally limited to desktops, including support for a 64GB of memory and Thunderbolt 3 ports that can handle dual 4K displays.
The P50 comes with a 15.6-inch display, a 5.6-pound body and a single Thunderbolt 3 port that complements the three storage bays and plenty of input.
The P70 is Lenovo's first 17-inch mobile workstation which has a 7.6-pound body and has four storage bays and a second Thunderbolt port.
Lenovo will launch these ThinkPad in the fourth quarter of the year.
The users will not have to pay a premium if they can do without things like 4K.
The P50 pricing starts at USD 1,599 with a 1080p display, while the P70 will cost USD 1,999 and up.