The new Yoga Slim 7i Pro, available in Europe from November, will feature a 14-inch screen with reduced frames, RAM of up to 32GB LPDDR4X, and next-generation Intel Core processors.
Lenovo has renewed its catalog of Yoga laptops and convertibles with the launch of new models of its ultralight Yoga Slim 7, which equip processors up to AMD Ryzen 9, as well as new models of two-in-one convertibles such as the Yoga 7i.
The Yoga family, all equipped with the Windows 10 operating system, is thus renewed with intelligent functions, including support for the Alexa assistant, optimized battery, fast charging, and WiFi 6 connectivity, as Windows has reported in a statement.
Lenovo’s ultralight notebooks will feature the new Yoga Slim 7i, a 13.3-inch screen model with reduced bezels and QHD resolution, with a 1.39cm thick design and a weight of 1.22kg. This equipment will be available in Europe in November.
This model is added to its Yoga Slim 7i Pro variant, with a 14-inch screen, 90Hz refresh rate, and 16:10 aspect ratio to facilitate scrolling, as well as RAM up to 32GB LPDDR4X and Intel Core processors of the Next Generation. This laptop will be available in Europe in November.
The ultralight models are completed by the new Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro, a 14-inch laptop with AMD Ryzen 4000 processors, equipped with Windows Hello, a backlit keyboard, and an infrared camera, while the touchpad is 33 percent larger.
The device features eight-core processors, up to the AMD Ryzen 9 4900H, which provides twice the power efficiency of the previous generation from AMD. It will arrive at the end of this month in Europe.
Two in one
Likewise, Lenovo has also announced new products belonging to its families of two-in-one convertible computers, such as the Yoga 7i, a team with a 14 or 15.6-inch screen with rounded edges and Full HD that can be separated and used as a tablet.
Both size variants offer connectivity via two Thunderbolt 4 ports, as well as up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and up to 1TB solid-state (SSD) storage. They will arrive in Europe in November this year.
The latest equipment announced by Lenovo is the also 13.3-inch Yoga 6 convertible, a device with a hybrid design in metal and wrapped in blue cloth.
The features of the new Yoga 6 are completed by AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processors with Radeon graphics and a 360-degree hinge. It is expected to be available in Europe in October.