Workstation laptops are not only stronger than regular business laptops, but they are also very versatile. They may look chunky or heavy, but even so, these beasts offer some things you might expect from a desktop and not a laptop. So you’re probably wondering, “Why would I want a workstation instead of a regular cheap business laptop?” Well, I think you just answered your own question; business laptops are cheap and made very thin, meaning less parts or smaller parts, which in turn means less power. Workstation laptops, however, are made for more power and versatility. While they do cost more, they’re very strong.
Best Mobile Workstation Laptops
|Lenovo||Lenovo ThinkPad P40 Yoga||1252.02|
|Toshiba||TOSHIBA Laptop Tecra||699|
This laptop is a gaming laptop, but doesn’t have to be used as such. Putting the gaming label on it just shows it’s a very powerful laptop which means better performance. Overall this laptop is great for any kind of use whether it be for gaming, working, or studying.
As for the specs, it has a 2.8 GHz intel core i7 CPU, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD drive, so as you can see this laptop should be able to take anything that’s thrown at it (figuratively speaking, of course). The RAM and the CPU are currently top of line necessities, so if you’re a big multitasker, then having that 16GB of RAM and 2.8GHz CPU should help a lot.
This laptop is known as the brains and the beauty, seeing as it looks beautiful with its optional 4k display and its powerful inner workings. Essentially this laptop has been stated as a mobile workstation squeezed to fit the ultrabook form. It may be ultrabook size, but it works like workstation laptop.
Although the battery life isn’t fantastic, this laptop works like a beast with the following components: a 3.7 GHz intel Xeon CPU, Nvidia Quadro GPU, 32GB of RAM, 512 GB SSD drive. All that being said, this laptop looks great and works even better. With the intel Xeon and the 32GB of RAM, nothing will prohibit you from utilizing this laptop to it’s full capabilities.
This laptop has quite a bit of power behind it, and has great mobility, which means that while it’s powerful, Toshiba has done so without adding too much weight. This laptop also has lots of connectivity options so it’s great for business use. While this is a little more on the pricey side, it’s an awesome pick.
As for the specs or components under the hood we have, a 2.8GHz intel core i7 processor, Intel HD Graphics card, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD drive.
This laptop also comes equipped with a beautiful 4k display which is typically uncommon with business/workstation laptops. This workstation laptop is one of the top ones Lenovo has created, which means better parts and more crisp images whether it be for movies, videos, or video games.
As for the specs of this fine delightful workstation laptop, it has a 2.8GHz intel xeon CPU, Nvidia Quadro 8GB GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB SSD. This laptop is a bit heavier but for some, that’s a positive factor, because it can mean that the parts/pieces of the laptop are heavier duty and should last longer than your typical laptop.
Here’s one I’ve personally not seen yet. The Lenovo P40 is a convertible workstation, so you can just pick it up, flip the screen over, and boom, it’s in tablet mode, easy as pie. Also the portability on this bad boy is the best in the class.
As for the components on this beasty convertible, a 2.5GHz intel i7 CPU, Nvidia Quadro GPU, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD. They put the best of the best in this laptop to ensure whatever the use may be this will suffice.
Workstations can be used for multiple purposes, whether it be for work, studying, or even gaming on the side if that’s your kind of thing, but all-in-all it’s a beefed-up computer that will help you when you need it most for heavy duty use. Which workstation laptop out of the 5 do you like most?