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Lenovo ThinkPad P72 Lenovo The ThinkPad P72 is a 17-inch workstation, thus bulky, heavy and expensive, but at the same time highly configurable, built to last and deliver excellent performance in taxing chores that can benefit from the powerful CPUs, Quadro GPUs, multiple storage options and up to 128 GB of RAM. This also checks the right boxes in the build, screen, and IO departments, but the keyboard is weird, serviceability is more complicated than with the previous generations and the speakers are still as poor as they\'ve always been on ThinkPads. Lenovo ThinkPad P72 The ThinkPad P72 is a 17-inch workstation, thus bulky, heavy and expensive, but at the same time highly configurable, built to last and deliver excellent performance in taxing chores that can benefit from the powerful CPUs, Quadro GPUs, multiple storage options and up to 128 GB of RAM. This also checks the right boxes in the build, screen, and IO departments, but the keyboard is weird, serviceability is more complicated than with the previous generations and the speakers are still as poor as they've always been on ThinkPads. Andrei Girbea 4 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/lenovo-thinkpad-p72-main.jpg Andrei Girbea 4 5

Lenovo ThinkPad P72 review (i7-8750H, Quadro P2000, FHD screen)

1 Comment

  1. IwasaP72fanButnotanymore

    December 19, 2018 at 11:09 am

    I have been using the P72 for a week. I agree, the international keyboard layout is not standard (anything else than US layout), and is difficult to adjust. Otherwise, I had the same typing experience, my accuracy was 90% at best. So for heavy typers, I would not recommend the P72.

    My other issue is with the 4K screen. There is no utility to adjust the colours in Windows, so because it has a wide colour gamut display, colours look oversaturated in Windows in all apps, except the few apps that do the colour management themselves. There's a lengthy thread on the Lenovo Forums about this, and there is no solution yet.

    https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/ThinkPad-P-and-W-Series-Mobile/P72-sRGB-compatibility-mode/td-p/4253273

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