Engineering students are preparing for some of the most difficult and important jobs a young graduate may face: Making our communities healthier, safer, sustainable and more productive.
And those jobs don't come easy. Whatever the specialty, an engineering curriculum can be one of the most rigorous and challenging of any program on campus.
Whether you're studying electrical, mechanical, computer, civil, software, chemical, aeronautical or aerospace engineering, one of the most important tools you'll need is your computer. No matter what the specialty, you'll need a computer with the power to run a variety of engineering software packages, the portability to make it easy to carry around campus and the battery life to keep it running during those late-night study sessions.
That computer should also be able to handle non-engineering tasks such as conducting online research, writing term papers and maybe even the occasional gaming sessions for those times when students need a break from their studies. In addition, it will require an operating system that's compatible with those software packages as well as the school's educational platform and the most popular productivity suites.
No matter what field an engineering student is preparing for, Lenovo has a Windows 10 workstation to meet their needs.
The ThinkPad P1 Gen 2 Mobile Workstation is Lenovo's most powerful 15.6" mobile workstation, powered by the latest generation processors and featuring cutting-edge graphics. The P1 offers the option of a Dolby Vision™ HDR 4K UHD OLED touchscreen panel for the most true-to-life colors the human eye can perceive and Dolby Atmos® speaker system for a robust audio experience. With up to 4TB of storage space available, those large engineering design files won't be a problem.
The ThinkPad P43s Mobile Workstation is the smallest, lightest and most portable 14" mobile workstation Lenovo offers, a perfect solution for highly mobile users. The P43s features the latest Intel® Core™ processors and NVIDIA® Quadro® graphics for smooth, speedy rendering of project designs as well as an epic battery life so it won't let you down, even during the occasional all-nighter.
For those who desire the most in display real estate, the ThinkPad P73 Mobile Workstation features a 17.3" display, 9th Gen Intel® Core™ or Intel® Xeon® multi-core processors for maximum power and eye-popping NVIDIA® Quadro® RTX graphics. The P73 also includes ISV certification for ArcGIS®, AutoCAD®, Creo®, Decision Space®, McKesson®, Revit®, SolidWorks®, 3dsMax® and more, ensuring your most critical applications will run smoothly and reliably.
Each of these, along with a host of other Lenovo computers, come preloaded with the Windows 10 operating system for the ultimate in user experience. Features of Windows 10 student computers include easy document conversion, new apps for taking screenshots and tools to increase available storage. For those late-night study sessions, Windows 10 student computers (and all Windows 10 machines) include Night Light, a feature that displays warmer colors to put less strain on your eyes. When it's time for a break, Windows 10 includes an Xbox app and other Xbox-related features to enable you to get in some quick gaming.
Engineering students will ultimately build the future. Help them prepare for that task with a Lenovo workstation laptop.