Lenovo ThinkPad P52 Driver – Three years ago, Lenovo announced its new P series of laptop workstation computers, the series whose design was largely inspired by the T-series. The first models launched were the Lenovo ThinkPad P50 and the Lenovo ThinkPad P70, and both were a great step forward compared to the ThinkPad W541. After all, for the first time since the ThinkPad W701, Lenovo’s portable workshops presented a unique and original design.
This year, Lenovo introduced the third-generation P series, starting with the 15.6-inch smaller ThinkPad P52, whose most affordable entry-level SKU we have in review today. More specifically, this means that our review unit is equipped with an Intel Core i7-8750H, an Nvidia Quadro P1000, 8GB of RAM, a 512 GB SSD and a FHD screen. In Europe, this model starts at 1,699 euros (~ $1935) without a Windows license (price of the Lenovo campus for students). In the United States, a device is similar to our review unit, but with a Windows 10 Home license you can buy it for $1.675 plus a tax on the Lenovo Web Store.
Lenovo ThinkPad P52 Driver – In other words: The ThinkPad P52 is nothing more than robbery, and is a very profitable number because of the high price levels. It is dominated by the three main actors: Dell, HP and Lenovo. The Dell Precision 7530 and the HP ZBook 15 G5 have the opportunity to review HP’s latest HP workshops. The previous generation will have to complete: a Dell Precision 7510 and a HP ZBook 15 G4.
While the P50 was a complete redesign, the P51 was a simple hardware update. The average P52 is not a complete redesign; It’s a renovation of your predecessor.
The overall design of the P50 remains omnipresent, and seems almost identical at first sight. The general design language is very traditional, and the P52 is easily recognizable as a ThinkPad notebook computer with its square-edged black box and colored accents dotted between them, such as silver hinges, the silvery ThinkPad logo and the Red TrackPoint. Closely, we noticed some small differences. The power button is a longer matte plastic, but instead it is a glossy plastic. The white status instead of green, a Lenovo design option is implemented across its entire 2018 line, as well as the removal of blue sparks at the middle TrackPoint button. Last but not least, the Lenovo logo is on the top of the screen.
As for the materials and the structural design, the devices were almost intact. The screen cover is still made of a very sturdy fiber-reinforced plastic material. The base, made of a magnesium/aluminum alloy surface on top of a magnesium roller cage, is even more resilient than the screen cover. His stiffness was first class, and we could not discover any bending on the keyboard or in the resting area of Las Palmas. However, the rest and feeling of the palms was worse than the rest of the device. The screen cover, for example, is covered with a velvety rubber lining, while the palmrest are made of simple, slightly rugged plastic. However, the quality of construction and the workforce were excellent.
Conventional hinges keep the rear side free for additional connectivity and/or ventilation vents. Its maximum opening angle is slightly higher than 180 degrees, and is sufficient to keep the screen solid while allowing single-hand operation.
Lenovo ThinkPad P52 Driver – While the changes in design are quite minor, changes in connectivity are not at all. The traditional docking port for mechanical springs was finished at the bottom, and the P52 has two Thunderbolt 3 ports (USB-C to Thunderbolt 3 in the P51). Single USB ports have been removed, the total number of USB ports is identical and the P52 features only three instead of four USB-A ports.
The 34 ExpressCard slot on the left side must be sacrificed for a large refrigerator to provide adequate cooling for the Nvidia Quadro P3200. The predecessor’s cooling solution was only able to handle up to a Quadro M2200. As a result, the ports should be grouped a bit. There are no more USB ports in the back (before: two). On the other hand, the third USB port is now on the left side. The ports on the right side look somewhat narrow, which could cause problems using adjacent ports.
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