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LPCAMM2 enters showrooms. This is what future memory looks like

Can laptops be even more efficient and work longer? Yes! The new RAM memory standard, LPCAMM2, comes to the rescue.

Micron is the undisputed leader on the memory market NAND and DRAM. Their bones can be found in SSD media and RAM modules from various manufacturers from around the world. What's more, Americans are constantly working on new solutions such as: MCR-DIMM standard Whether LPCAMM2.

As with any new product, it's not cheap

And it happens to be the laptop announced in April Lenovo goes on sale. Model ThinkPad P1 7th generation is the first solution on the market that uses the previously mentioned LPCAMM2 standard. He carries it with him a leap in performance and a significant improvement in energy efficiency.

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 7th generation it's a laptop with a 16-inch matrix OLED (16:10), which is powered by the Intel Core Ultra 9 185H processor (16R/22W, up to 5.1 GHz). As befits a mobile workstation, there is a range of graphics systems to choose from. Both the consumer NVIDIA GeForce series and the professional RTX 3000 Ada.

LPCAMM2 enters showrooms.  This is what future memory looks like

The most interesting are the LPCAMM2 RAM memory capacities up to 64 GB. They work at speeds 7467 MT/s, and a single module operates in dual-channel mode. The manufacturer emphasizes that they are 64% smaller and they have 58% higher energy efficiency compared to classic SO-DIMM systems.

Lenovo ThinkPad P1 7th generation has already arrived in the first foreign stores. Prices start at $2,619 (approximately PLN 10,485) for the most basic models. It will probably be more expensive in Poland

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