Lenovo recently announced their completely new product the ThinkStation P320, a VR-ready or supporting workstation that can easily handle the most complicated two and three dimensional CAD workflows. Just like its fellow VR-ready stations, the P320 promises some of the most developed hardware configurations that are available in the market these days. P320 can easily by loaded with Intel Xeon E3-1200 v6 Processor or any other 7th generation Intel Core Processor, whether it is from i3, i5, and i7 product series. When paired with NVIDIA’s Pascal next-generation GPUs, along with 64GB of 2400MHz ECC UDIMM DDR4 or the Quadro P4000, it can be proven that P320 has a very firm hardware.
For those who work in smaller places or wish to work with smaller sized workstation footprints, the P320 can also be availed as a Small Form Factor (SFF) model. The SFF model only differs from its smaller sized version is that it is incapable of accommodating a P4000 GPU. In place of that, the SFF model can be smoothly equipped with two Pascal-powered Quadro P1000 GPUs. But, unless you believe that Lenovo is bringing this machine into the market to fill in the blanks of entry level VR Void without testing its machine.
Steve Carpenter, the Sales Director of Virtalis explains, “The ThinkStation P320’s ProVR certification, along with its performance credentials, makes it a perfect match for the Virtalis VR4CAD software. It delivers a superb balance of 3D CAD and VR performance without breaking the bank. It’s also perfect for small- to medium-sized companies looking to enhance their engineering workflow by taking their first steps onto the VR ladder.”
Though the company is yet to announce the prices for P320, SFF twin, and P320 full-size tower, all of these will be available in the market by end of this month.
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