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Lenovo Releases Small Dual-CPU Workstation

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Lenovo Releases Small Dual-CPU Workstation

Lenovo has announced the compact ThinkStation C20 dual-socket workstation. Plus, the ThinkStation C20x offers an extra boost of memory and more powerful processors.

Lenovo designed the ThinkStation C20 and C20x workstations’ size allows for more of them to be installed in a rack. It can also run up to eight monitors.

The workstations offer:

  • Choices of Intel Xeon 5600 Series processors
  • Up to 96GB of DDR3 memory on the C20x with 12 available DIMM slots
  • Up to two NVIDIA FX4800 class graphics
  • Native SAS support on the C20x

Lenovo has also released the L2230x Wide and ThinkVision L2321x Wide monitors that combe a port replicator and 21.5-in. monitor into one device. For an 11-in. laptop, the monitor provides nearly 200 percent extra display space, according to the company. The monitor connects to peripherals through USB and allows direct plug in of an Ethernet cable.

The ThinkVision L2321x Wide monitor features a dual display function so users can work in split screen mode. For example, with 2:1 mode users can view full screen PowerPoint slides on one part of the display and run other applications on the other. The “duo” inputs both VGA

The ThinkStation C20 and C20x workstations will be available in mid-June with models of the C20 on the web starting at approximately $1,199. The C20x will be sold through business partners. The Lenovo L2230x Wide and ThinkVision L2321x Wide monitor will be available in mid-July through the web and business partners and are priced at $259.99 and $279.99, respectively.

For more information, visit Lenovo.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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