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publié le 8 décembre 2018 Beauté › Général

Lenovo's ThinkPad P1 is a powerful specialized laptop that doesn't waste space.There's a lot of hardware and a 4K display tucked in here, so it's not exactly light, but the magnesium and carbon fiber hybrid chassis is sturdy without much flex or creaking. It's put through 12 MIL-STD tests to ensure its durability lives up to the ThinkPad standard, and you get a one-year warranty with all models that can be extended if you need more time. The bottom part of the chassis has a wedge taper to it that makes it look thinner when sitting on a flat surface, and the hinge allows the lid to sit back flat. It's tight to cut down on wobble when in a moving vehicle, but you cannot open it with one hand.

Being labeled as a workstation usually means you get a wide variety of ports to handle your externals, and the ThinkPad P1 delivers. On the left is Lenovo's proprietary rectangular charger, two Thunderbolt 3 ports with 4x lanes of PCIe each, HDMI 2.0, a Mini Ethernet port that requires an adapter for full RJ45, and a 3.5 mm audio jack. On the right, you get a Kensington lock slot, two USB-A 3.1, and a full-sized SD card reader, which is disappearing on a lot of laptops in lieu of microSD, or nothing at all. Ports are spaced well enough that you shouldn't have issues with crowding if using multiple peripherals at once.

Finally, there are two down-firing speakers located on the bottom of the laptop. The idea here is that when sitting on a flat surface you get sound that's pushed out and up, but when in your lap, it's mostly just muffled. Sound is loud, there's no crackling at higher levels, but these are still laptop speakers, if above average.The 15.6-inch 4K touch display on this laptop is stunning, and it's exactly what designers and creative types are looking for. Testing color accuracy, I got back 100 percent sRGB, 99 percent AdobeRGB, and 95 percent NTSC, which are outstanding results that can be seen in everyday use. If you need an Ultrabook that doesn't skimp on the display quality, this is it.

The bezel around the screen is even on the sides but uneven on the top and bottom. There's enough room for an IR camera above, and the below chin isn't noticeably large. It doesn't rotate around to tablet mode, but the hinge allows the display to sit back flat, making it easier to use an active pen; one is not included, but any active pen with Wacom AES technology should work here.There's an FHD model available as well that will cut back on cost and up battery life, but for the most color accurate and stunning screen, stick with 4K. Up to about 400 nits of brightness cuts down on glare from the anti-reflective display, overall making it one of the nicest I've seen in recent memory.

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Lenovo primarily uses its proprietary charging port, and it comes with a 135 W power adapter that has a new flat shape rather than the usual brick. It's a rather heavy-duty charger to keep up with the performance hardware inside, delivering a 50-percent charge in about 30 minutes.The 80 Wh battery has its work cut out powering the performance hardware and 4K touch display. I tried out some light gaming in 4K and got about 2.5 hours of life while going about regular tasks I saw about six hours. If you're going about specialized tasks, you'll want to keep the charger handy, especially with the 4K display, but for general use, you can probably push it most of the day, especially with the FHD screen.Adding to the laptop's versatility are the two Thunderbolt 3 ports that can be used for charging. The USB-C form factor is becoming more common, and if you don't mind losing the extra connectivity, it will work in a pinch if you forget the proprietary charger at home.

The ThinkPad P1 includes the keyboard you'd expect, with three-level backlight, cupped keys, and a soft deck to bottom out on. Using it to type all day is no issue, thanks to precise spacing and uniform travel on all keys. It's a standard six-row setup without number pad, and the F-keys have volume, brightness, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggle, and screen extension functions.The TrackPoint system is here, and though I don't regularly use it, it works just as it should. Physical buttons above the regular touchpad complement the red pointer nub. The touchpad is big, but I think it could definitely be a bit larger based on the amount of space that's available on the surface. It is using Microsoft's Precision drivers that give you full access to all Windows 10 gestures, and pointing is precise without any issues.

One of the major things that sets the P1 apart from other laptops — like the X1 Extreme — are ISV certifications. Here you get ArcGIS, AutoCAD, CATIA, Creo, Inventor, Microstation, NX, PDMS, Revit, Solid Edge, SolidWorks, and Vectorworks certifications, meaning these programs are entirely compatible with the ThinkPad P1. Along with the NVIDIA Quadro GPU, Xeon CPU, and ECC RAM. This is where a lot of the extra price comes from. It's simply not a laptop for casual users.

Removing the back (seven screws are easily undone) reveals easy access to the SSD, RAM, and Wi-Fi card. There's actually a second slot for another SSD if you want to upgrade later and save some money at checkout, and there are likewise two slots for RAM that you can add to yourself. This laptop is using one stick of 32 GB, but there are a bunch of configurations available from Lenovo if you'd like a dual-channel setup without doing the upgrade yourself.A dual-fan cooling system is also revealed. They do a decent job of keeping the laptop cool while under load — I didn't notice any egregious hot spots while putting it through stress tests — but there is certainly a bit of a whine when they're cranked up.

I was expecting a bit higher score from the multi-core test, but it's still quite the performer. For that extra bit of specialized power, you can go with the Intel Xeon-E-2176M option with Boost clock speed up to 4.40 GHz.Compared to some other mobile workstations in the same arena, the ThinkPad P1 has a lot to offer and has a price that remains competitive (if high). You can get specialized hardware and a ton of ISV certifications, the 4K touch display is absolutely gorgeous, there are a bunch of ports, including two Thunderbolt 3, and it's all wrapped up in a classic ThinkPad chassis that remains relatively light and comes with the standard durability perks.

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The battery won't last through a full workday — at least with the 4K model — and the fan has a bit of a whine to it, but if you need this type of laptop on a daily basis, it should prove to be well worth the cost.This is a specialized laptop not for the casual user, even if you need something for gaming. Xeon CPU, Quadro GPU, and ECC RAM options are priced for Enterprise, and that's where this laptop belongs. If you need something that can handle data-intensive rendering associated with design software, this will certainly fill that role.The updated Legion lineup of Lenovo gaming laptops includes the 15.6-inch Y730, a laptop that consists of much of the same hardware as the cheaper Y530, including NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti dedicated graphics card (GPU), Intel Core i7-8750H processor (CPU), and 1080p (FHD) non-touch display.

The Y730 does come with a fair share of extra features that explain the extra cost over the Y530, but are they entirely necessary? I used the Legion Y730 for about a week to see how well it works in a number of scenarios, and whether or not it's worth your hard-earned cash. Lenovo supplied Windows Central with a review unit of the Legion Y730 15.6-inch gaming laptop. This specific configuration has inside an 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8750H processor (CPU), 16GB of DDR4-2666MHz RAM, a NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti with 4GB of VRAM, and a Samsung PM981 256GB PCIe solid-state drive (SSD) coupled with a 2TB 7,200 RPM hard-disk drive (HDD). This top-of-the-line model costs about $1,550, with lesser models starting at about $1,200.

Like the Legion Y530, the Y730 is built into an aluminum chassis that's seen big changes since last year's Legion Y720. It's now just 0.79-inches thick and weighs in at 4.8 pounds, which are some impressive dimensions for a 15.6-inch gaming laptop that starts at about $1,200. It feels sturdy, the display can sit back flat, and the lid can be opened with one hand.Behind the display is a ledge that juts out about an inch, which houses the majority of ports and a couple of vents for the dual-fan cooling system. Here you have Lenovo's proprietary rectangular charging port, two USB-A 3.1, RJ45 Ethernet, HDMI, and Mini DisplayPort. Above the ports there are small lights that denote which port is where without having to lift and turn the laptop. There are vents on both sides of the laptop as well, and they have customizable lighting that can be synced up with the keyboard through Corsair's iCUE app. On the left is a 3.5 mm audio port and a Thunderbolt 3 port (unfortunately with only 2x PCIe that limits the use of an external GPU), and on the right is another USB-A 3.1 port as well as the mic pickup. Having most ports on the back of the laptop works great, providing plenty of room when plugging in multiple peripherals.

The primary color of the laptop is black, but the lid and hinges have a gray tint that offsets the rest of the device nicely. On the lid is a Legion logo with a lighted Y for a bit of flair. Other than that, this laptop is quite understated and you might not think it's a gaming laptop at first glance. The bottom is taken up by a large vent that covers the two fans and provides a bit of space for air to move around, and there are dual side-firing speakers near the front of the body. I used them instead of a headset while gaming, and while I prefer the on-ear solution, these delivered some decent sound that rattled my desk but clearly let me hear the enemy's footsteps.The non-touch display on the Y730 has minimal bezel around the top and sides, creating a premium look that's not always a feature on gaming laptops. The 720p camera, though, sits below the display where there's more room, so those looking to stream their games will probably want to invest in a better webcam that doesn't shoot up their nose.

The Legion Y730's display offers near-perfect sRGB color reproduction for a full picture.Resolution is set at 1080p for better performance from the GPU, and the display has a 60 Hz refresh rate. The spec sheet for the Y730 also has listed a 144 Hz 1080p display, but it doesn't seem to be very easily found in the wild. While gaming in my office on an overcast day, I found that the display wasn't quite bright enough even when fully cranked up, which is an issue with a lot of Lenovo's hardware. Adjusting in-game settings helps, but I know people will want a brighter display.

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