Lenovo ThinkPad P15 G2-20YQ000VGE
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Testrapporten voor de Lenovo ThinkPad P15 G2-20YQ000VGE
Bron: PC Perspective EN→NL
The Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 is a beast of a laptop, hampered (in this configuration) only by the 11th Gen Core processor – mainly due to its rather optimistic 65W TDP CPU configuration. Opting for a build with something lower in the SKU stack than our sample’s Intel Core i9-11950H probably won’t affect performance much, considering how much thermal throttling we encountered. The GPU is nearly as fast as you can get in a workstation laptop – and I say nearly only because the top-end NVIDIA RTX A5000 Mobile graphics card is limited by its 100W TGP implementation here (the GPU can be configured up to 140W). The memory speed was also lower than expected for this card, with the same 12 Gbps effective memory speed as the A4000 Mobile, rather than the higher-end 14 Gbps memory option for this A5000. Another issue – at least for some – is the screen resolution, which was just 1920×1080 with our sample. Of course 4K panels are available in the P15 Gen 2 – LCD and OLED – but at this price level I was hoping for something higher than FHD.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 18-01-2022
Bron: Techaeris EN→NL
The Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 is an excellent choice for business professionals working with intensive applications like CAD or graphics programs. With more affordable configurations, it is also a great system for students, engineers, and other professionals. If you’re looking for a mobile workstation, you shouldn’t pass over the ThinkPad P15 Gen 2, a laptop worthy of a final Editor’s Choice of 2021 Award here at Techaeris.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 29-12-2021
Beoordeling: Totale score: 89% prijs: 90% prestatie: 100% beeldscherm: 95% mobiliteit: 70% afwerking: 95%
Bron: XDA Developers EN→NL
In this review, I didn’t focus too much on the ThinkPad P15 because it’s mostly a spec bump. If it’s the type of machine that you need, you probably already know it. The ThinkReality A3 is far more interesting, because it’s a new concept. I actually really love the idea. Being someone that travels frequently enough (that’s a total lie as I haven’t been on a plane in about 20 months, but travel is starting back up), this concept of having a laptop with a headset that I can expand to work like I would with my desktop is awesome. It’s something that I’d find tremendously useful on the road, as I do frequently feel limited by a single, smaller screen. The bigger issue is that it’s just not stable, at least in my experience. And on top of that, there’s simply no easy way to find solutions to your problems with the ThinkReality A3. While I loved it while using it, I’d never take it on the road because I don’t have the level of confidence I’d need that it would work when I need it to. I do hope this gets better through software and firmware updates.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 18-11-2021
Bron: Hot Hardware EN→NL
The Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 is a sturdy mobile compute platform for professionals to get work done. Its various configurations can span right up to near-desktop replacement levels of performance. Likewise, with four SODIMM slots and as many M.2 bays, the system is primed for expansion to meet needs down the road. The cherry on top is the ThinkPad P15's meticulous and generationally-hardened engineering, which should help keep this machine running for years to come no matter what the field can throw at it. Its asking price of $5,381.99 as configured (with many lower-cost options) is certainly high, but its cost is partially justified for what amounts to a professional workstation-class tool. Performance metrics will never tell the whole story of a workstation-class notebook as much of the cost is sunk into making the machine as dependable as possible with the appropriate ISV certifications as well. In all, we like what the ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 has going for it and whole-heartedly recommend it to anyone shopping for a durable, dependable, and powerful machine in this category of mobile workstations.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Zeer lang, Datum: 12-11-2021
Bron: On MSFT EN→NL
The P15 (Gen2) is most likely not the device for you, unless you work in research, medical or engineering fields, much of the power and performance will go to waste. Even for the moderately difficult video editing tasks I attempted to trip up the P15 with, the machine handled disregarded them like a wet fart in a hurricane. However, if you don't mind an average looking ThinkPad that will sit on a desk for much of its time, and you have close to $3,000 to spend on "do everything" -and then some kind of device, the P15 may be much preferable to a mini-PC or desktop tower. I normally don't test devices with this much kick, but it was fun and a reminder of just how many niches use-cases Windows OEMs must account for. For anyone who's looking to upgrade from their current scientific-focused PC, just keep in mind the P15 improved the cooling from last year (relatively speaking), upgrading the device is much more accessible, both the CPU and GPU have improved, and it keeps all the same ports you're used to.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Gemiddeld, Datum: 11-11-2021
Bron: Laptop Media
Steun, online beschikbaar, Kort, Datum: 30-10-2021
Bron: PC Mag EN→NL
The Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 ably fills its predecessor's role as the heavyweight champ of the company's mobile workstation lineup; with the Core i9 and RTX A5000, it's powerful enough to race through jobs that would make most laptops whimper and cringe. You won't find a better keyboard or port selection anywhere, and if you need more than 128GB of RAM and 6TB of storage, you need a desktop workstation, not a notebook. We're not giving the Gen 2 the Editors' Choice award that the first P15 received, mainly because we get a nosebleed at prices over $5,000—our Gen 1 test unit was $500 cheaper and rocked a 4K display—and we haven't yet tested its top-of-the-line rivals, the Dell Precision 7560 and HP ZBook Fury 15 G8. But make no mistake: If you need the Mechagodzilla of professional laptops, the P15 Gen 2 succeeds with a vengeance.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 09-10-2021
Beoordeling: Totale score: 80%
Bron: Digital Trends EN→NL
We don’t usually review mobile workstations, but a significant trend has developed around laptops aimed at creators. These thin-and-light laptops, like the Dell XPS 15, are surprisingly good at accelerating demanding tasks like video editing. They also boast brilliant, color-accurate OLED displays. So, when Lenovo offered us the ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 for review with a Core i9-11950H CPU and an Nvidia Quadro RTX A5000 GPU, we jumped at the opportunity to see how a more traditional approach to a mobile workstation would stack up. Is the ThinkPad P15 proof that old-school workstations are a thing of the past? In some ways, yes. But because of its unique features, the audience for this expensive laptop remains very limited. Yes, but only if you need to max it out. This laptop is for extreme power users who likely won’t be satisfied with my review unit’s configuration.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 30-09-2021
Beoordeling: Totale score: 70%
Bron: Laptop Mag EN→NL
The Lenovo ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 may as well be dropped into the dictionary as the definition of a workstation. The bulky and heavy frame isn’t going to win any laptop beauty pageants, but it delivers performance that is unmatched by virtually anything on the market. The comfortable keyboard, durable build, and solvable display concerns make this laptop an easy recommendation for a wide variety of users. The size of the laptop and the pricing are reasonable complaints to have with this laptop, but in the end both can be reasonably dismissed considering the performance you are getting and the actual use case for a workstation laptop. You could absolutely spend less on a workstation laptop and still have a solid experience, but if you are using this laptop for work where saving minutes or even seconds on every task makes a meaningful difference for you then the ThinkPad P15 Gen 2 is likely the choice for you.
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Lang, Datum: 25-09-2021
Beoordeling: Totale score: 90%
Enkel testrapport, online beschikbaar, Zeer lang, Datum: 12-09-2021
NVIDIA RTX A5000 Laptop GPU:
High-End professionele laptop grafische kaart gebaseerd op de Ampere GA104 chip. Gebaseerd op de GeForce GTX 3080 voor consumenten met gecertificeerde drivers. Verkrijgbaar in verschillende prestatievarianten, variërend van 80 - 165 W TGP (max. stroomverbruik).
Deze grafische kaarten zouden de meeste moderne spellen op een hoge resolutie en hoge details moeten kunnen draaien (enkele uitzonderingen zijn mogelijk).
Tiger Lake (H45-serie) gebaseerde high-end octa-core SoC voor gaming laptops en werkstations. De acht CPU-kernen klokken met 2,6 - 5 GHz. De geïntegreerde UHD Graphics GPU biedt 32 kernen. De CPU is vervaardigd in het 10nm SuperFin (verbeterd 10nm) proces. Ondersteunt professionele beheerfuncties zoals Intel vPro, SIPP of TXT.
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Lenovo: Lenovo Group Limited is de grootste producent in China en wereldwijd gezien de 4de grootste productent van personal computers. Lenovo produceerd desktops, laptops, servers, handheld computers, beeldapperatuur, en mobiele telfoons. Lenovo biedt ook informatie en ondersteunings diensten aan, waar hun QDI een goed voorbeeld van is. Hun uitvoerende hoofdkantoren zijn gevestigd in China en in de VS. Het is opgenomen in Hongkong. Lenovo werd in 1984 gevormd als spin-off van de Chinese academie van wetenschap. Het bedrijf begon initieel als reseller, distributeur en later als CM voor buitenlandse bedrijven, waaronder IBM, die de Chinese markt betraden. In 1990, begon Lenovo hun eigen PC’s te produceren en tegen 1997 waren ze op dat gebied marktleider in China. In 2004, kocht Lenovo IBM’s PC tak voor 1,25 miljard dollar. Volgens marktonderzoek van IDC, zijn de marktaandelen als volgt: HP 18.9 %, Dell 16.4 %, Acer 9.9 %, Lenovo 7.5 %, Apple 5.7 %
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