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Source: Windows CentralYou should buy this if… Your workload necessitates ISV certifications from major software vendorsYou need a laptop that can be extensively upgraded for heavy workloadsYou don't mind a laptop's size as long as it can keep up performa...
Tons of performance overhead, Durable build with MILSTD 810G certification, Comfortable keyboard, loud audio, Space inside for heavy upgrades, ISV certifications for major software
Chunky design looks outdated, Thick display bezel, Expensive, Fans run loud, some throttling under load, 720p camera
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Lenovo had only one job when making this device. They threw away everything about looks and focused on performance and versatility. Ultimately, the ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 offers configuration freedom similar to some desktop machines. Yes, you won't be able to...
Up to 128GB of RAM and 6TB of storage, Very good thermals, IPS panel with 533 nits of max brightness (BOE NV156FHM-N65 (LEN4182)), No PWM (BOE NV156FHM-N65 (LEN4182)), 91% of sRGB coverage and accurate colors with our Gaming and Web design profile (BOE NV...
Thick and heavy, Quite pricy, Could use a better cooling
In review: Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2. Test device provided by:Traditionally, mobile workstations offer the highest performance and are easy to maintain. In return, users are happy to put up with larger and thicker cases. However, this no longer applies in...