Tuesday, July 13th 2021

Lenovo Introduces New Family of ThinkStation P350 Desktop Workstations for the Entry-Level Space

Lenovo today announced the next generation of its family of entry-level desktop workstations - the ThinkStation P350 Tower, Small Form Factor (SFF) and Tiny. This trio of workstations hosts a technology upgrade - each one is equipped with support for PCIe Gen 4 for faster access to cutting-edge storage technologies, as well as enhanced professional graphics support. This latest generation of desktop workstations becomes Lenovo's most powerful entry-level offering and delivers a complete package of size options that can scale across a variety of industries and their respective workflows. From engineering and architecture, to finance, STEM/higher education and medical, these new desktop workstations offer versatile, flexible and ISV-certified performance at whatever size is best suited for users' needs and working environment.

Built with the latest high-performance Intel Core or Xeon processors with support up to 11th Gen Intel Core or Intel Xeon W processors, the ThinkStation P350 Tower and SFF are tailored for mission-critical tasks that require superior reliability and powerful performance. Both the Tower and SFF also offer NVIDIA RTX professional graphics, with the Tower now able to support up to the NVIDIA RTX A5000 graphics card. In addition to the 500 W power supply, the tower chassis now boasts a new 750 W PSU option - enabling high-end GPU users with the power needed to tackle sophisticated workflows. The ThinkStation P350 Tiny is the industry's smallest workstation at less than 1L and offers uncompromising performance within a form factor 96% smaller than a traditional desktop. Powered by 11th Gen Intel Core processors, it is uniquely qualified for enabling OEM solutions, and can be used as a host for like-local remote workstation power.
ThinkPad P350 Tiny
ThinkPad P350 Small Form Factor
ThinkPad P350 Tower
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4 Comments on Lenovo Introduces New Family of ThinkStation P350 Desktop Workstations for the Entry-Level Space

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ZoneDymo
brand new machines and yet they instantly look so dated
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Valantar
ZoneDymobrand new machines and yet they instantly look so dated
I quite like the look of these. I mean, the back I/O is the classic unpainted OEM look with a bunch of breakaway covers for optional I/O, but that's expected and par for the course. The rest of the designs IMO have a good, functional yet pleasing look to them. The small size of the "tower" is really nice (barely above 20l for what looks like a mATX board and ATX PSU), and overall ventilation and I/O look good. Hopefully these aren't chock-full of proprietary parts (it would be really nice if the PSUs and motherboards were 12VO rather than whatever proprietary 12VO-alike standard Lenovo has been using).
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holyprof
Have 120 Ryzen 3500 Pro desktops at work. They look good, are functional, silent, fast and reliable. And were way cheaper than anything HP and Dell could offer (and they were both trying to shove Intel CPUs without GPU, although the ordering request called for APU or Intel + dedicated GPU).
Thumbs up for Lenovo.
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DeeJay1001
holyprofHave 120 Ryzen 3500 Pro desktops at work. They look good, are functional, silent, fast and reliable. And were way cheaper than anything HP and Dell could offer (and they were both trying to shove Intel CPUs without GPU, although the ordering request called for APU or Intel + dedicated GPU).
Thumbs up for Lenovo.
I had an order of about 20 Thinkcentre desktops with ryzen 5 pro 2400g APUs. The machines were spec'd with a single 8gb stick of ram and that caused constant gpu driver lock ups, crashing in MS office apps, and general system instability. I had to add an 8gb stick to every system, after which they have been solid. They were very competitive on price even after the upgrades but I don't know if I'd go Lenovo again after these systems.
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