Lenovo P70 -- a 17" mobile workstation for demanding pros

Joining Lenovo's newly introduced P50 model comes the larger P70 mobile workstation. This model features a larger 17-inch display, trading the thinner and lighter design of the P50 model for more screen real estate. The laptop comes packed with features that demanding professionals require: Lenovo says it is made for high-end users in everything from the media to the oil and gas industries. Its' features trump the P50 in a couple notable ways, such as having two Intel Thunderbolt 3 ports instead of one.

The Lenovo ThinkPad P70 features a 17-inch display with up to a 4K Ultra HD resolution and 300nits brightness (Full HD touch and non-touch options are also available). There's an Intel Xeon processor for mobile workstations and NVIDIA Quadro graphics — the same offered by the P50 — and up to 64GB of memory, 1TB of storage.

The laptop has a maximum storage of 2TBs, a DVD-RW drive, 8-cell battery, and Bluetooth 4.1. There's 4G LTE support for those who need on-the-go mobile broadband. Other features include X-Rite Pantone for the display, a Thinkpad Precision Keyboard with a backlight, and Energy Star certification, among others.

Connectivity, meanwhile, includes four USB 3.0 ports, including one that is always charging, a four in one card reader, docking connector, Smart Card Reader, Express Card support, a combo audio jack, Ethernet, Mini DisplayPort, and HDMI. The laptop arrives in the fourth quarter of this year starting at $1,999 USD.