Lenovo has officially announced the launch of the new ThinkStation P330 desktop workstation, powered by the latest eighth-generation Intel Xeon E processor announced just yesterday. It belongs to an entry-level CPU category that will fit the new P330 series by Lenovo in two of the three unveiled declinations.
We are talking about three models: P330 Tower, P330 Small Form Factor, and P330 Tiny, in descending order regarding their size. The Tower and Small Form Factor versions offer Xeon E-2100 processors with Intel Optane and Nvidia GPU up to the Quadro P4000 model.
Lenovo ThinkStation P330 Tower and Small Form Factor workstations can be equipped with DDR4 2666MHz RAM that can reach up to 64GB and different solutions for storage. Both models offer an easy-access front panel that includes USB Type A, USB Type C, DisplayPort, HDMI, and Ethernet.
The Tiny model, on the other hand, offers 2TB of storage on SSD M.2, Nvidia Quadro P620, and eighth-generation Intel Core processors. The fundamental characteristic of this product is that it has really small dimensions. The chassis has been defined as the smallest in the world in its category with a capacity of 1 liter.
The new Lenovo P330 workstations are obviously dedicated to professionals who need a high computing power as content creators, graphic designers, architects, engineers, and designers. The new models will arrive from August, while the pricing still to be defined.