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Lenovo ThinkStation workstations are certified by Autodesk to run everything from AutoCAD to the latest Design Suites. A 2012 TBR Workstation Warranty Repair Rate Study determined that Lenovo ThinkStations are up to 24% more reliable than top competitors.

As global corporations, Lenovo and Autodesk are always there to help—regardless of where you do business. When your company needs a breakthrough idea, they turn to you. When it’s time to make that idea come to life, turn to the unmatched reliability of ThinkStation powered by Autodesk solutions.

About Lenovo workstations

  • Lenovo ThinkStations are built with the latest technology from Intel and NVIDIA, promising you the highest performing and most reliable solution.
  • Choose from several workstation and mobile configurations, available to meet your computing needs and budget.
  • Always on the go?  Don’t let that stop you from getting the job done.  Take your business on the go with Autodesk Apps, Lenovo Tablets or the W series mobile workstation and remain productive.

Lenovo owns the greatest track record for innovation in the PC industry and remains committed to innovation in its products and technology.  Innovation is how Lenovo achieves competitive differentiation and drives new market opportunities, such as mobile Internet, digital home and cloud computing

Lenovo, and specifically, Think branded products consistently win awards and receive rave reviews, delivering the high quality, reliability and durability our customers demand. The ultimate focus of Lenovo’s R&D team is to improve the overall customer experience while driving down the cost of ownership.

Lenovo operates 46 world-class labs, including research centers in Yokohama, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Morrisville, North Carolina, U.S.