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Lenovo ThinkPad P52

Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
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Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
Lenovo ThinkPad P52
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Lenovo ThinkPad P52 

Class A and B+ off-lease laptops offer excellent quality at an attractive price!

Our laptops come from the Lenovo ThinkPad P52 series and are offered at an incredibly attractive price. Remember that when they debuted on the market in 2019-2020, their price was as high as €2500. Now you have the opportunity for exceptional quality at a much lower cost!

Satisfaction Guarantee:

Each laptop has undergone thorough testing, comes with legitimate operating systems, and is ready for work. Therefore, we are confident in providing 100% satisfaction. Our package includes the laptop, power adapter, battery, and a written 12-month warranty.

Ready for work:

The laptop is equipped with the Windows 11 Pro 64-bit operating system and a set of essential programs such as LibreOffice, Codecs, and the Windows Defender antivirus.

Savings and Environmental Care:

By purchasing refurbished and tested off-lease laptops, you not only save money but also contribute to the natural environment. Our laptops are up to 80% cheaper compared to the original purchase price, while maintaining high quality.

Warranty and Support:

We offer a written 12-month warranty and a satisfaction guarantee or a 7-day money-back option. After the warranty period expires, we provide professional servicing through VILKO, a company with 30 years of experience in computer and electronic equipment repairs and access to spare parts.

All of this makes choosing off-lease laptops an economical and ecological choice that provides excellent quality and performance.

GENERAL INFORMATION
Brand Lenovo
Model ThinkPad P52
OPERATING SYSTEM
Operating System Windows 11 Pro
PROCESSOR
Processor Series Xeon
Processor Model Intel Xeon E-2176M 12 MB Intel® Smart Cache
Number of Cores / Threads 6 / 12
Clock frequency 2,70GHz Turbo to 4,40GHz
Generation of Intel Processors Gen 8
RAM MEMORY
RAM Memory 32 GB DDR4
Maximum RAM Memory Size 128 GB DDR4
HARD DRIVE
Hard Drive SSD 512GB M.2 (NVMe)
VIDEO
Integrated Graphics Intel UHD Graphics P630
Dedicated graphics NVIDIA® Quadro® P2000
Video Memory 4096 MB
Fortnite - FPS Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 144 FPS / high settings / 1080p 60 FPS
COMMUNICATIONS
WLAN 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n), Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac)
LAN Ethernet 1Gbps
Bluetooth Bluetooth® 5.0
SCREEN
Screen Type IPS
Screen Size / Resolution 15.6" / 1920 x 1080
MULTIMEDIA
Sound Card Dolby Atmos®
Camera Webcam HD
PORTS AND CONNECTORS
USB ports 3x USB 3.2 (Gen1, 5Gb/s), 2x USB 3.2 (Gen1, 5Gb/s) type-c
Video connectors HDMI, Mini DisplayPort
KEYBOARD LAYOUT
Keyboard QWERTY backlit
WEIGHT
Weight 2,45kg
TECHNICAL CONDITION
Technical Condition Grade A
Screen condition Grade B+
Visual condition Grade A-
WARRANTY
Hardware 12 months
Battery 3 months
INCLUDED
AC Adapter 170W
Battery 90Wh


Ranking of Professional Graphics Cards: Their Capabilities and Comparison to NVIDIA GeForce Cards.

The Nvidia Quadro M620M graphics card was originally designed for professional graphic applications such as CAD design, 3D animation, and film rendering. However, due to its architecture similarity to GeForce graphics cards, it is also capable of handling gaming.

The Quadro M620M is comparable to GeForce GTX 950M or GTX 960M graphics cards, both released in 2015. Compared to these cards, the Quadro M620M offers similar gaming performance but with more VRAM and optimized drivers for professional graphic applications.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 50−55 FPS

 The Nvidia Quadro M1000M graphics card was originally designed for professional applications such as CAD design, 3D modeling, scientific simulations, and other tasks requiring significant computational power. However, due to its specifications, the Quadro M1000M can also handle video games effectively. With 4GB VRAM, 640 CUDA cores, and a base GPU clock of 993MHz, it can handle newer games at lower to medium graphics quality and resolutions.

Compared to GeForce cards, the Quadro M1000M is similar to GTX 960M or GTX 965M. These GeForce cards also feature 4GB VRAM, similar CUDA core count, and clock speeds.

Fortnite - low settings / 720p 95−100 FPS

 The Nvidia Quadro M1200M graphics card was initially created for professional applications like 3D design, CAD modeling, and numerical simulations. However, due to its high performance, it can also be used for gaming.

The Quadro M1200M is based on the NVIDIA Maxwell GPU architecture, enabling it to efficiently handle applications requiring substantial computational power. Compared to GeForce cards, the Quadro M1200M offers more VRAM, better graphics-related performance, stability, and reliability.

In terms of performance comparison with GeForce cards, the Quadro M1200M falls between the GTX 960M and GTX 970M models. It performs well in games with medium to high graphics requirements, but it might be slightly less efficient than the latest GeForce cards in demanding titles.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 58 FPS

 The Nvidia Quadro P1000 graphics card is primarily designed for professional uses such as CAD design, rendering visualizations, scientific and industrial computations. However, due to sharing foundational graphics architecture with many GeForce cards, it can also be used for gaming.

The Quadro P1000 has a similar architecture to the GeForce GTX 1050 but offers better performance in professional applications. Compared to the GTX 1050, the Quadro P1000M has higher memory bandwidth, more computing units, and more VRAM.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 85−90 FPS

 The Nvidia Quadro M4000M graphics card is designed for professional uses like 3D design, animation, and rendering. However, due to its specifications and performance, it can also be used for gaming.

With 1664 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR5 memory, the Quadro M4000M is similar in performance to the GeForce GTX 970M or GTX 980M in the mobile GeForce series.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 100−110 FPS / high settings / 1080p 55−60 FPS

The Nvidia Quadro P3000 graphics card, with 6GB GDDR5 memory, is designed primarily for professional applications like 3D design, animation, and rendering. However, due to its specifications and performance, it can also be used for gaming. It's comparable to the GTX 1060 in the mobile GeForce series.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 130−140 FPS / high settings / 1080p 65−70 FPS

The Nvidia Quadro P2000 graphics card is designed for professional uses like 3D design, video rendering, engineering, and architecture. However, due to its technical specifications and performance, it's also used for gaming.

With 1024 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR5 RAM, the Quadro P2000 is similar in performance to the GTX 1060 or GTX 1660, allowing satisfactory gaming in most new titles at high graphics settings.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 144 FPS / high settings / 1080p 60 FPS

The NVIDIA Quadro T500 graphics card is a professional graphics card primarily designed for use in the graphic design, engineering, and scientific industries. However, it is not a typical gaming card as it is not optimized for gaming performance. Nevertheless, Quadro cards can be used for gaming.

When it comes to comparing the Quadro T500 to GeForce cards, it can be roughly compared to older GeForce GTX 1650 or GTX 1660 cards in terms of gaming performance. However, due to differences in optimization and price, gaming cards from the GeForce gaming series, such as GeForce RTX 30XX or GeForce GTX 16XX, are usually a better choice for gaming.

Fortnite - high settings 1080p/30-35 FPS, medium settings 65-70 FPS

The Nvidia Quadro T2000 graphics card is primarily designed for professional uses such as CAD design, 3D animation, rendering, and data analysis. However, due to its architecture similarity to GeForce cards, it can also be used for gaming.

With 1024 CUDA cores and 4GB GDDR5 memory, the Quadro T2000 can handle many games in Full HD and 1440p resolutions with decent graphics quality and smoothness. Compared to GeForce cards, it's similar to the GTX 1060 or GTX 1650 Ti, though actual performance differences may vary based on the game and system configuration.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 130−140 FPS / high settings / 1080p 70 - 75 FPS

The Nvidia Quadro P3200 graphics card, primarily designed for professional uses like CAD design, visualization rendering, and scientific computations, can also be used for gaming due to its shared architecture with many GeForce cards.

Comparatively, the Quadro P3200 is similar in performance to the GeForce GTX 1060 or GTX 1660 Ti. However, differences in VRAM or clock speeds might impact performance variations between these cards.

Fortnite - high settings / 1080p 80 −85 FPS

The NVIDIA Quadro P4000 graphics card is typically used in professional graphics and computational applications such as CAD, 3D animation, scientific and engineering simulations. However, this card can also be used for gaming since it has a similar technical specification to some gaming graphics cards like the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti or RTX 2060.

Quadro P4000 has 1792 CUDA cores and 8 GB of GDDR5 memory with a 256-bit memory interface, providing performance comparable to the GTX 1070 Ti or RTX 2060. However, its driver software and drivers are optimized for professional applications, not games, which may affect performance in some games.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 140−150 FPS / high 1080p 80-85 FPS

The Nvidia Quadro P4200 graphics card, designed for professional applications like 3D design, video rendering, engineering, and architecture, is also utilized for gaming due to its technical specifications and performance.

With 1792 CUDA cores and 8GB GDDR5 RAM, the Quadro P4200 can handle gaming in high resolutions and advanced visual effects. Compared to GeForce cards, it's similar to the GTX 1070 or GTX 1660 Ti, allowing satisfactory gaming at high graphics settings.

Fortnite - high settings / 1080p 85 - 90 FPS / ultra settings / 1080p 65 - 70 FPS

AMD Ryzen 3 2300U with AMD Radeon RX Vega 6 is an integrated processor with a built-in graphics card, capable of running many games. However, performance will depend on specific game requirements and graphic settings.

Below is a list of games that should work on the AMD Ryzen 3 2300U with Radeon Vega Graphics, at low or medium graphics settings:

League of Legends

Dota 2

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Overwatch

Minecraft

Rocket League

Fortnite

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG)

Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V)

Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7 80EUs is an integrated graphics card, and comparing it directly to GeForce cards is complex due to differences in performance and price. However, for approximate performance comparison, the Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7 80EUs is similar to the NVIDIA GeForce MX450 or GTX 1050 for older models. Note that these comparisons are approximate and can vary in practice depending on usage.

Fortnite - medium settings / 1080p 70−75 FPS

  Product Specification Explanation

You will find information here that will explain all attribute/specification catalogs, respectively all groups.

If the device lacks any of the mentioned parameters, it means that the device does not have it.

 Basic Information 

Brand - Computer equipment manufacturer,

Series - Specific laptop production line, for example, Zbook, Precision. It's easiest to compare this to Mercedes where they can be divided into classes like S, G, E...

Model - Specific computer equipment model. 

 Operating System 

Operating system - The version of the operating system installed on the laptop/computer.
Computer equipment being sold comes with installed drivers and basic programs including the Libre Office suite.

 Processor

Processor series - Processor family, a specific processor series.
To explain easily, Intel has series (from slowest to fastest): Atom, Celeron, Pentium, Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7, while in AMD's newer Ryzen family, it corresponds to Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, Ryzen 7, Ryzen 9.

Processor model - Specific processor model.

Number of cores / threads
Core - These are physical, independent computational units inside the processor that perform tasks.
Thread - Threads are task execution units inside cores. Processors with multithreading support can perform more operations on a single core, resulting in better performance in handling multiple tasks simultaneously.

Clock base / turbo - Processor operating frequency, expressed in hertz (Hz). It determines the processor clock speed, i.e., how many operations it can perform in a unit of time. In newer processor generations, each core can have a different clock speed; this information needs to be checked directly with the manufacturer. The turbo value is provided on the website and allows the processor to increase its operating frequency above the base clock when needed. This mechanism adjusts to the processor's workload, temporarily raising its frequency, which enhances performance when required.

Processor generation - Specifies the order of processor families, for example, Intel i5-6200U is the 6th Generation, and Intel i5-8250U is the 8th generation. The higher the generation, the newer the processor.

 RAM Memory

Amount of RAM - The amount of available operational memory expressed in GB, which is a kind of temporary file space. More RAM can improve system performance by enabling the handling of more programs simultaneously or more demanding applications.

Specifies the specific technology used in the RAM module. The type of RAM affects the system's throughput and performance, and compatibility with the motherboard and processor is crucial.

For everyday laptops, 8GB is sufficient. If you work with various graphics programs or use extensive databases, a larger amount of RAM is recommended.

Maximum RAM size - The maximum amount of RAM the processor can support.

 Hard Drive

Hard Drive - Provided in SSD format 256GB M.2 (NVMe) as follows:
[Type of drive] [Capacity] [Dimension] / [Interface]

Type of drive
1. SSD is a fast and durable drive built with electronic chip memory cells.
2. HDD is a mechanical disk; data is placed on rotating disks driven by a motor at speeds of 5400/7200 RPM. Data is read by a moving head hovering over the disks using electromagnetic forces.
3. SSHD is a combination of two technologies, primarily an HDD with frequently used files being transferred to semiconductor memory.

Capacity - The capacity of a 1TB drive is 1024GB / 1000GB, depending on the manufacturer's designation. Therefore, a 1TB drive has only 931GB instead of 1024GB because manufacturers simplify by using 1GB = 1024MB, 1MB = 1024KB, but often use 1MB = 1000KB.

Dimension - Physical size of the drive
1. 2.5" - drive dimensions are 69.85 mm x 100.50 mm, mostly utilizing the SATA interface/connector.
2. M.2 - drive dimensions are 22mm by (30mm / 42mm / 80mm / 100mm), using the M.2 connector.

Interface - Communication standard
SATA - Interface speed is 6Gb/s, providing a maximum throughput of up to 600MB/s, but it depends on the drive.
NVMe - Utilizing the PCIe line, the drive's speed limitation is often the drive itself, achieving speeds of up to 2GB/s.

* An SSD drive that fails often results in irretrievable data loss due to its operational specifics.
** HDD data is physically etched onto disks. Specialized companies can recover data from severely damaged drives, but this incurs costs. Therefore, always remember to ALWAYS BACK UP IMPORTANT DATA to another device or in the cloud.

Additional Hard Drive - Built-in additional hard drive, designated as above.

 Graphics Card

Dedicated Graphics - Dedicated card model, physically separate chip on the motherboard or independent graphics card with relatively higher computational power than integrated graphics, which may not necessarily apply to Intel Iris series graphics.

Integrated Graphics - Graphics processor usually integrated with the processor, characterized by lower performance compared to dedicated graphics. Here we can distinguish only Intel Iris Xe, which is on par with dedicated mid-range graphics cards. 

Video card memory - The type of memory used by the graphics card to store temporary graphic data such as textures, image frames, and other information necessary for rendering graphics on the computer screen.

Fortnite - FPS - The amount of FPS (Frame-per-sec) achieved by a given graphics card in Fortnite.

 Communications

Wi-Fi (WLAN) - Simply put, it's the built-in Wi-Fi network in the device, which also comes in various standards as below:

- Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax): The latest Wi-Fi standard offering higher performance and data transfer speeds than previous versions. It supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks and provides higher throughput, enabling support for a larger number of devices simultaneously.

- Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac): This is the previous standard that also operates in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Wi-Fi 5 offers faster speeds than older standards, facilitating higher-quality data transmission.

- Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n): An earlier standard that also supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Wi-Fi 4 is less efficient than Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6, offering lower data transfer speeds but still allowing internet connection and basic wireless communication.

- Wi-Fi 3: Supports only 2.4 GHz

Ethernet (LAN) - This is a way of connecting computers and network devices using cables. It's a traditional and stable method for creating a local network, enabling fast data transfer, usually up to 1Gb/s within a home, office, or institution. Here, not only the LAN network card in the device matters but also the cable itself.

Bluetooth - Bluetooth is a wireless technology for connecting devices like headphones, speakers, keyboards, or mice over short distances. It comes in various versions: Bluetooth 1.x, 2.x, 3.x, 4.x, 5.x, each introducing improvements in terms of speed, range, energy consumption, and connection stability.

LTE 4G - A network card enabling connection to the internet via a SIM card.

LTE  is a mobile data transmission technology offering high-speed mobile internet in the 4G standard. It is currently widely used for fast data transfer through mobile networks.

5G is a newer standard for mobile networks, offering even higher speeds than LTE and lower latency. 5G provides faster data transfers, enabling the development of new technologies and applications, such as autonomous vehicles or augmented reality (AR).

 Screen

Screen Resolution - The number of pixels displayed in width x height. A pixel is a tiny square on the monitor. The following standards can be distinguished:
HD = 1366x768 [720p]
HD+ = 1600x900 [900p]
FullHD = 1920x1080 [1080p]
QHD = 2560x1440 [1440p]
UHD (4K) = 3840x2160 [2k / 2160p]
Indeed, screens advertised as 4k are actually 2k compared to Full HD 1080p, considering that this resolution is four times FullHD.

Screen Size - Physical size of the display expressed in inches. Remember that the screen size includes the frame around the display.
17.3" = 38.35 cm x 21.47 cm
15.6" = 34.54 cm x 19.29 cm
14" = 31.24 cm x 17.48 cm
13.3" = 29.46 cm x 16.41 cm

Screen Type - Type of display

TN Panel (Twisted Nematic): This technology is relatively cheaper to produce and offers fast response times, which can be useful in gaming. However, TN panels have narrow viewing angles and often inferior color reproduction compared to other panel types.

IPS Panel (In-Plane Switching): IPS panels feature better viewing angles and superior color quality compared to TN. They offer better color reproduction and more stable colors even at wider angles.

Matte Panels (Anti-glare): Matte panels reduce light reflections on the screen, particularly useful in bright lighting conditions or outdoors, though sometimes may provide a slightly less sharp image compared to glossy panels.

Glossy Panels (Reflective): Glossy panels have a more reflective surface, which might make colors appear more vibrant. However, they reflect light, which can be inconvenient in strong lighting conditions.

 Multimedia

Sound Card  - The model of the built-in sound card in the device or a quality certification, e.g., Bang & Olufsen, usually in the form of two speakers divided into left and right.

Camera - Built-in camera on the screen side.

Camers - Built-in camera facing the opposite direction of the screen.

*Camera specifications provided in MegaPixels or the standard of recorded video, e.g., 720p.

Infrared (IR) Facial Recognition - Infrared camera enabling facial scanning and utilizing the Windows Hello function.

Memory Card Reader - Built-in memory card reader. Currently, two popularly used standards are distinguishable:
Full-size SD card and a smaller card used in phones, MicroSD.

Fingerprint Reader - Device allowing fingerprint reading for additional login functions.

 Ports and Connectors

USB Ports

USB standards differ in data transfer speeds and capabilities, and the choice of a specific standard depends on the user's needs and devices to be connected.

USB Type-C: Universal USB connector that can be plugged in either direction. Used in newer devices and offers faster data transfers.

USB 3.x: USB standards include USB 3.0, USB 3.1 Gen 1, USB 3.1 Gen 2, and USB 3.2, with varying data transfer speeds up to 20/10 Gbps.

USB 2.0: An older standard with speeds up to 480 Mbps, still used in many devices.

Thunderbolt: Although not precisely a USB standard, Thunderbolt technology often collaborates with USB-C ports. It provides higher data transfer speeds and supports advanced functions like video transmission or connecting multiple devices.

USB 4: The latest standard allowing speeds up to 40 Gbps and also supporting Thunderbolt 3 technology.

Video Connectors

HDMI: One of the most commonly used video connectors. The HDMI port enables high-quality image and sound transmission from devices like computers, laptops, game consoles, or Blu-ray players to TVs, monitors, or other HDMI-supporting displays.

DisplayPort: Another popular video connector mainly used in computers and monitors. DisplayPort offers high-quality images and high bandwidth, enabling support for higher resolutions and refresh rates.

VGA: An older video connector still used in some devices but less common due to limited image quality. Typically found in older computers, monitors, or projectors.

DVI: DVI is a connector popular in older computers and monitors. It's a digital video connector providing high-quality images but gradually being replaced by newer standards like HDMI or DisplayPort.

Thunderbolt: Although Thunderbolt is not directly a video port, it allows data, video, and audio transmission through a single connector. It supports various protocols, including DisplayPort and HDMI, enabling the connection of different video devices to computers equipped with Thunderbolt ports.

Other Ports / Devices

Audio Ports: Audio ports enable connection of headphones, microphone, or speakers to the computer. Typical audio connectors include headphone jacks (audio output) and microphone jacks (audio input).

RJ-45 LAN (Ethernet) Ports: Some laptops have Ethernet ports allowing connection to a wired network using an Ethernet cable.

Charging Ports: Connectors used for charging the laptop's battery. It's often a DC or USB-C type connector.

eID - Built-in electronic reader with chip, SmartCard reader

 Keyboard Layout

Keyboard Layout - It's the keyboard layout built into the laptop. The Polish standard is QWERTY US, which is, in fact, the international English (USA) standard.

Backlit Keyboard - Built-in illumination present in the keyboard.

 Physical Dimensions

Weight - Weight declared by the manufacturer of the device.

 Technical Condition

Visual Condition - Subjective visual assessment of the laptop according to class criteria.
A+ New casing / new laptop

A Used in very good condition

B+ Noticeable slight signs of use

B Scratches, significant signs of wear

C Damaged casing.

Technical Condition - Laptop's functionality and technical performance

A Operational,

B - Functions but with a defect,

C- Not functional

Screen Condition - Subjective visual assessment of the screen
A+ New replaced screen / new screen / unused

A Used in good condition without visible defects such as scratches

B+ Visible slight signs of use

B More visible scratch, e.g., deep scratch / visible keyboard reflection on the screen / "ghosting" or brighter spot on the screen / dead pixels.

B- Combination of at least two from B

C Screen works in poor condition

D Screen cracked.

Defects

Specified flaw included in the condition. You know exactly what the problem is.

 Warranty

Hardware - Warranty provided for the hardware, duration of the period

Battery - Duration of the battery warranty

 Included

AC Adapter - Power of the included adapter 

Battery  - Nominal battery capacity

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