Lenovo ThinkPad P40 Yoga 20GQ - 14" - Core i7 6600U - 16 GB RAM - 512 GB SS

Mfg. Part: 20GQ000EUS | CDW Part: 3980463 | UNSPSC: 43211503
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  • Flip design
  • Core i7 6600U / 2.6 GHz
  • Win 10 Pro 64-bit
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD
  • 14" IPS touchscreen 2560 x 1440 ( WQHD )
  • Quadro M500M / HD Graphics 520
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Flip design
  • Core i7 6600U / 2.6 GHz
  • Win 10 Pro 64-bit
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD
  • 14" IPS touchscreen 2560 x 1440 ( WQHD )
  • Quadro M500M / HD Graphics 520
  • Wi-Fi
  • black
Offering multi-mode functionality with a 360-degree hinge, the Lenovo ThinkPad P40 Yoga 20GQ Laptop is built for computing on the go. This convertible laptop offers four different modes, Laptop, Stand, Tablet, and Tent, for versatile use. Featuring a powerful Intel Core i7 processor with built-in security, it completes complex tasks effortlessly. It features a 360-degree hinge, carbon fiber construction and a scratch and smudge-resistant display for added convenience. The innovative business laptop that lets you sculpt images in 3D, and is equipped with the ThinkPad Pen Pro featuring Wacom Active ES pen technology for sketching.
  • 2.6 GHz Core i7 6600U processor and 16 GB RAM ensure blazing fast performance
  • 512 GB SSD provides enough storage space for digital content
  • Durable carbon-fiber and magnesium alloy construction withstands tough treatment during travel
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit operating system of this core i7 laptop supports a wide range of applications
Product Reviews
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Multiple Issues Surrounding The Yoga P40 I have personally tested, configured, and deployed dozens of Lenovo Yoga laptops in my position. They have been a tried and tested winner for our highly mobile users. The feature set of the Yoga is an amazing combination, from the solid-yet-lightweight construction to the excellent Wacom stylus. While we had been using the extremely lightweight S1/260, I decided to test the P40 in order to gauge the potential for more powerful mobile work.The Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga P40 is a more robust mobile solution, combining the graphical horsepower of a workstation with the feature set of a Yoga. This would have some amazing potential in graphic design due to the beautiful 1440p display, discrete nVidia Quadro M500m GPU, embedded Wacom digitizer, and high quality stylus. Does it deliver on this?The answer, at least with the model CDW delivers, is no.Firstly, the smallest problem: Having used the newer Yoga 260 and the first-gen X1 Carbon, I can say the newer "touch"-style fingerprint reader on the 260 is far superior to the older "swiper"-style on the original X1. Despite the stock photos here showing a newer variant of the P40 that has this, the actual stock CDW ships uses the older and unreliable "swipe"-style reader. Even the drivers for this inferior reader have trouble integrating with Windows Hello, making it all but useless.Next, let's discuss weight. This model is at least 30% heavier than even the 460 and nearly 60% heavier than the 260. While it is easy enough to carry, do not expect to be using it as a tablet for long periods while holding it in your hand.After that, we have the screen. Those that think a 1440p screen on a 14" screen would have amazing quality, you'd be both right and wrong. Yes, the screen is gorgeous. The applications running on it, however, are not. It's not a defect of the product, but rather Windows scaling #specifically some applications ignoring it#. Windows scales the objects so that 1440p is not unusable, but not all programs abide by it. Be prepared to immediately downscale the resolution to 1080p to make things more compatible.And finally, let's discuss heat. I have already been vocally critical of the changes to the cooling design in Lenovo 2-in-1's since the original S1 Yoga. Take that newer yet inferior cooling design and add a discrete graphics card to that. This thing gets HOT and has insufficient venting to exhaust the hot air. Don't expect to sit this on your lap while you do some graphical rendering, and also expect that extreme heat to greatly shorten the lifespan of the device.Overall, the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga is a great design. I applaud the attempt to leverage the utility of the Yoga design catering to workstation users wanting more mobility. Unfortunately, the model that CDW ships is not ready yet. Issues with Windows scaling, weight, the horrible fingerprint reader, and an abysmal cooling system make this impossible to recommend. If CDW updates their stock for the newer model, then I will update this with any improvements from the outdated model they currently offer. July 5, 2016
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