ThinkPad P1 workstation have pen support??

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    This took tons of digging, but the P52 multitouch display also supports the newest 4096 tilt AES pen.

    Here is the newest pen:
    https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/access...ns/TAB-ACC-BO-Lenovo-Pen-Pro-ROW/p/4X80R02889

    Look under the "compatibility" tab, and the P52 is listed. This is rare because there aren't very many powerful workstations with decent pen support (the only other being the HP X360 with a Quadro P2000 (which you can't even configure as of this date) maxed at 64GB of RAM. The Lenovo Thinkpad P52 can be configured with up the 128GB of RAM, a Quadro P3200, two M.2 and 1 2.5 drive)

    http://accsmartfind.lenovo.com/products/4X80R02889

    Here is the platform specs for the P52:
    https://psref.lenovo.com/syspool/Sys/PDF/ThinkPad/ThinkPad P52/ThinkPad_P52_Platform_Specifications.pdf

    Note where it says "Supports pen accessory, please see the accessory compatibility for details"

    It's amazing how their US webpage does not even mention or advertise this!!! I had to dig deep into their support to figure this out. On another note, the P52s (the lighter version), does NOT support this pen.

    The P52 is not a convertible 2-in-1, so trying to figure out how I can paint and draw comfortably in photoshop and sculpt in Zbrush with a classic designed laptop. Has anyone tried this? Maybe use some kind of backstand for the LCD?
     
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