Lenovo has launched ThinkPad P40 Yoga that is a 2-in-1 convertible notebook. Similar to the Yoga line, the P40 Yoga the P40 Yoga can be used in stand, tent and tablet modes.
The P40 Yoga features a 14-inch screen (at 2560 x 1440 or 1920 x 1080) and is powered by a sixth-gen Intel Core i7 CPU. It comes with up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, and an NVIDIA Quadro M500M GPU with 2GB VRAM. Lenovo is claiming “a first-class digital sketching experience” that will enable creative types to consolidate systems. It includes a ThinkPad Pen Pro stylus with Wacom Active ES input tech. It promises both 2,048 levels of pressure and specially-tuned software that reportedly gets closer to the “pen to paper” feel.
The P40 also features MIL-spec durability, Lenovo’s Lift’n Lock keyboard which raises the level of the keyboard to help protect the keys in tablet mode, and Lenovo’s single-cord OneLink+ docking connection. The P40 Yoga runs Windows 7 or 10. In addition, Lenovo launched the ThinkPad P50s workstation and the ThinkStation P310. All three systems will be available in the first quarter. The ThinkPad P40 Yoga starts at $1,399 with the ThinkPad P50s starting at $1,299. The ThinkStation P310 starts at $729.