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ThinkPad P40 Yoga Mobile Workstation makes debut in Malaysia

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Lenovo has brought the world’s first multimode mobile workstation – the ThinkPad P40 Yoga Mobile to Malaysian shores. Powered by Intel, it’s targeted at creative professionals and businesses looking for a powerful mobile workstation solution. The P40 is certified to run Autodesk’s 3D design software, a testament of its power-packed underpinnings.

Best of ThinkPad and Yoga

The ThinkPad P40 Yoga fuses the robustness of the ThinkPad family with the flexibility of the award-winning Lenovo Yoga range. Lenovo says the P40 is the first ever multi-mode mobile workstation–giving you the flexibility to work in laptop, stand, tent or tablet mode.

At 1.79kg, it’s pretty light to lug around, and you’ll appreciate that it’s slim at 19.9mm too.

Aside from its Mil-SPEC tested construction it boasts highly responsive pen and touchscreen input, powered by Wacom Active ES technology. The 14-inch WQHD (2,560×1,440) IPS display offers a full 2,048 levels of pressure sensitivity–perfect for professionals who require sketching precision. The bundled ThinkPad Active Pen slides conveniently from the underside of the chassis.

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Talking about power, the P40 packs a punch – packing an 6th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU (i7-6500U or i7-6600U) with up to 16GB of RAM, NVIDIA Quadro Maxwell GPU (2GB) and up to 512GB SSD storage.

The built-in 3-cell 53WHr battery gives it up to 8 hours of battery life.

There’s a plethora of ports and connectivity options including 3x USB 3.0, HDMI 1.3, Mini DisplayPort 1.2, 3.5mm mic/headphone jack, WLAN, Bluetooth 4.1, and 4G LTE connection.

The ThinkPad P40 runs Windows 10 Pro.

Pricing and availability

The ThinkPad P40 Yoga Mobile Workstation retails from MYR5,999 (incl. GST) and is available now.

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