Desktops and Notebooks: Lenovo ThinkStation S20 and D20 Workstations Pack Intel 'Nehalem' Punch

 
 
By Scott Ferguson  |  Posted 2009-03-24 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lenovo has released a pair of new workstations, the ThinkStation S20 and D20, which the PC maker is touting as so-called personal supercomputers for oil and gas workers, CAD designers and digital animators, and those working with scientific applications and other areas that deal with large amount of raw data. With these two new workstations, Lenovo is also looking to make some headway in the market against the likes of Dell and Hewlett-Packard, which have dominated this small but important part of the PC market. The Lenovo ThinkStation S20 and D20 are also some of the first PCs to offer Intel Xeon processors that are based on the newer microarchitecture code-named Nehalem that chip maker Intel released in late 2008. For example, the ThinkStation S20 comes with a choice of dual- and quad-core Xeon processors, including the four-core Xeon W3570, which runs at 3.2GHz, and the two-core Xeon W3505 running at 2.5GHz. In addition, the two ThinkStations offer a choice of Nvidia and ATI graphics cards.Photos Courtesy of Lenovo By Scott Ferguson
 
 
 

Lenovo ThinkStation S20 and D20 Workstations Pack Intel 'Nehalem' Punch

 
Lenovo ThinkStation S20 and D20 Workstations Pack Intel 'Nehalem' Punch
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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