Lenovo ThinkPad P15 and ThinkReality A3 review: A desktop on the go

Lenovo‘s ThinkPad P15 is a beast. If you’re looking for a portable PC, this is about as much power as you can get, with a Core i9-11950H and NVIDIA RTX 5000 graphics with 16GB GDDR6 memory. It’s a mobile workstation, which means that it’s not just made for hefty workloads like video editing, but this thing is designed to take whatever kind of multi-threaded workloads you can throw at it like 3D rendering and such.
I’ve actually been using it for about two months, because a few weeks in, Lenovo also sent me its ThinkReality A3 augmented reality headset for review. When connected to the P15, it’s a virtual desktop solution. Indeed, as I write this review right now, I’m looking at a virtual screen that’s projected onto glasses, rather than an actual display. It’s pretty wild.
While that’s when it does when plugged into a ThinkPad P-series laptop, you can actually view 3D models if you plug it into a phone like the Moto G100 (just in case you weren’t aware, Motorola is owned by Lenovo)….

Written By: Rich Woods

Original Article: https://www.xda-developers.com/lenovo-thinkpad-p15-thinkreality-a3-review/

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