Lenovo has announced the ThinkStation P360 Ultra desktop workstation, based on the Intel Alder Lake hardware platform with a 12th Gen Core processor.
The novelty is housed in a compact suitcase with a volume of less than four liters. Different chips can be installed – from Core i3 to Core i9 with a TDP of up to 125 watts. Discrete NVIDIA accelerators are available for the graphics subsystem up to the RTX A5000 model.
The size of the DDR5 RAM in the maximum configuration is 128 GB. Two M.2 SSDs with PCIe 4.0 x4 interface with a capacity of up to 4 TB each can be installed. In addition, a 2.5-inch SATA storage device can be installed.
The compact workstation features two Thunderbolt 4/USB Type-C ports, five USB Gen2 Type-A ports, three DisplayPort interfaces and a 3.5mm combo audio jack. Most likely, the equipment will include a Wi-Fi 6 wireless adapter.
The ThinkStation P360 Ultra will go on sale in late June for an estimated price of $1,300.