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Lenovo is all out with their new workstation ThinkStation P360 Ultra

In early November, Lenovo India posted on Twitter informing the users about the new Lenovo Workstation, The Think Station. The company gave out some specifications of the workstation which is now available to shop.

In the tweet, Lenovo also shared the blueprint pictures of the workstation, and honestly, it looks really promising and fascinating.

Check out the photos!

Image Source: LenovoIndia on Twitter

The Think Station P360 Ultra has industry-first 4-liter chassis powered by 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors. “It provides both performance and portability in the best forms, providing superb #productivity and #flexibility,” claimed the tech giant in their official tweet.

Check out the tweet posted by the official Twitter handle of Lenovo India on November 7th, informing the users about the product:-

The workstation is claimed to have:-

  • Fast 12th Gen Intel® Core™ processors
  • Less than 4 liters in total volume
  • 128 GB of DDR5 memory
  • PCle Gen 4 for high-speed data
  • Xeon CPU
  • NVIDIA professional GPU
  • Up to 8TB M.2 PCle Gen4 Storage

Here with some of the specifications, I bet you’re already excited. Get to know more about them by reaching the official websites of Lenovo.

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