Lenovo debuts the ThinkStation P320 Tiny, world’s smallest ISV-certified workstation PC

Lenovo not only showcased futuristic concepts at its annual Tech World Transform event, but also launched a few exciting new products. The company announced its latest workstation PC at the event, which happens to be the smallest Independent Software Vendor (ISV) certified workstation PC in the world. The ThinkStation P320 Tiny features a one liter form factor, measuring 35.6 x 180.3 x 182.88mm and weighing in at just 1.3kg.

While the ThinkStation P320 Tiny is as compact as a thin and light ultrabook, Lenovo has packed it to the gills with powerful hardware. The workstation can be configured with the latest 7th Gen Intel Kaby Lake processors with a maximum TDP rating of 35W. In its base configuration, the workstation comes with an Intel Core i7-7700T processor. You also get up to 32GB of DDR4-2400 RAM and dual M.2 PCIe slots for a maximum of 2TB NVMe SSD storage. An optical disk drive can also be added optionally with an add-on. The graphics are powered by NVIDIA’s Quadro P600 GPU, which is based on the GP107. Since the ThinkStation P320 Tiny is pretty much a “tiny” PC, Lenovo hasn’t included a PSU inside it. Instead, the company is bundling an external 135W power adapter with the PC.

Networking features offered by the ThinkStation P320 Tiny include integrated Intel 802.11ac dual-band Wi-Fi, Gigabit Ethernet, and Bluetooth 4.0. As far as I/O connectivity goes, the workstation includes six USB 3.0 ports, 4x mini-DP, 2x DP, and audio jacks on the front.

The Lenovo ThinkStation P320 Tiny is now available in the US for a starting price of $799 (Rs.51,700 approx) with a choice of Windows and Linux operating systems. However, the fully decked out configuration is expected to cost much higher. Overall though, the ThinkStation P320 definitely offers great value considering the ridiculously compact form-factor and the powerful specs.


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