Lenovo’s latest trio of Windows 11 desktop workstations are what the visitor calls its most technologically advanced, with the latest Xeon processors from Intel and support for high-end NVIDIA RTX professional GPUs to handle machine learning, data science, AI minutiae and more. The ThinkStation PX, P7 and P5 moreover come with a new chassis co-designed with Aston Martin – the U.K.-based high-performance luxury wheels maker. The two companies worked together over three years to wield insights from both industries to make a tool-less chassis with unobstructed airflow, ensuring maximum unprepossessed air intake and hot air exhaust. The 3D grill maximizes the performance of CPUs, GPUs, memory and storage. All three workstations moreover have front wangle drives for easy serviceability and upgrade flexibility. [caption id="attachment_178164" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Two PC displays side by side next to a tower all on a sedentary with people talking overdue it ThinkStation PX[/caption] These workstations include Windows 11, which introduced a major update at the end of February. One of the biggest additions is a typable Windows search box that brings the new AI-powered Bing front and center. The update moreover includes improved touch experiences, full screen widgets, quick wangle to the Windows 365 app and new AI features in Start. Additionally, Windows spoken a new preview of Phone Link for iOS is misogynist in their Insider Program. [caption id="attachment_178165" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Three PC towers side by side ThinkStation PX, P7 and P5[/caption] The ThinkStation PX is the highest end of these workstations, a flagship with support for increasingly cores and expandability than previous generations of Lenovo workstations. The ThinkStation P7 aims to exceed the most rigorous performance and reliability challenges of workloads that typically relied on servers or deject resources in the past, such as automotive styling, computational fluid dynamics and ramified video production and rendering. Finally, Lenovo has engineered the ThinkStation P5 for compute-intensive tasks such as ramified 3D CAD, reality capture and geospatial visualization – workflows familiar to architects, engineers and designers. [caption id="attachment_178166" align="alignnone" width="1024"]Man in a lab stratify sitting in front of ThinkStation PX ThinkStation PX[/caption] They’re expected to be misogynist starting in May. Go to Lenovo to find out increasingly well-nigh these and other workstations in their portfolio. Lead photo: ThinkStation P7