Lenovo ThinkStation S10 and D10 launched

Posted on Friday, Nov 09 2007 @ 05:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Lenovo has released two new workstations: the ThinkStation S10 and D10. These systems feature quad-core Intel Xeon 5400 series and Core 2 Extreme series processor along with NVIDIA graphics cards.
The dual processor ThinkStation D10 workstation will offer the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 5400 series, while the single processor ThinkStation S10 workstation will offer the latest Intel Core 2 processors including the Intel Core 2 Extreme processor QX9650 along with the latest graphics solutions from NVIDIA. They also come equipped with dual Gigabit Ethernet and multiple slots, bays and USB ports for expandability.

Beyond the high-performance focus, Lenovo designed the workstations with the environment in mind by offering models complying with the Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star 4.0 requirements to help users manage energy usage and costs. The workstations feature 80 percent efficient power supplies. Additionally, they contain more than 50 percent recycled plastics content.

The workstations also incorporate usability along with their cutting-edge performance. Lenovo's user-centric design includes a removable top handle for moving the workstation easily in a variety of work environments as well as a side cover latch for easy access to the system. The workstations also include illuminated front I/O ports to help users work in multiple system and low light conditions. For a cool and quiet experience, Lenovo's unique thermal design provides workstation performance with the acoustics of a standard Lenovo desktop PC.
The ThinkStation S10 workstation will start at approximately $1,199, and the ThinkStation D10 workstation will start at approximately $1,739.

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