Lenovo is launching a new desktop computer today that’s powered by an ARM-based processor called the Lenovo P4.
The P4 will be available in both desktop and laptop form factors, though it’ll be available as an add-on.
Lenovo says the P4 can handle 4K video at 60 frames per second, 1080p audio at 192 kbps, and an internal battery that can last up to 12 hours of continuous use.
The company says the processor will also be compatible with Windows 10, Mac OS X, Linux, and Android.
The laptop version of the P40 will retail for $2,299, while the desktop model will retail at $2.99.
Lenovo has also announced a tablet version of its P4 that will feature the P5’s processor, keyboard, and camera.
The tablet version will retail on a separate page, and the desktop version will also retail at an additional $1,299.
Lenovo’s P4 desktop computer will be released later this month, and we’ll update this story as more details become available.