Lenovo showed off its entire seventh-generation Yoga lineup, which will be available throughout next year. The Chinese manufacturer has integrated the latest processors from Intel and AMD, all sprayed with a splash of Oled.
Yoga Slim 7 Pro, the versatile model
The Yoga Slim 7i Pro (Intel), Slim 7 Pro (AMD) is the brand’s most versatile model with many possible configurations and two panel sizes: 14 and 16 inches.
The 14-inch Intel version can therefore be powered by Core i5 or i7 H-series (45W) or P-series (28W) processors with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2050 or MX550 card. The AMD version includes Ryzen 6000 5, 7 and 9 HS (35W) processors but ignores the dedicated graphics card. On the screen side, Lenovo offers no fewer than four different panels: three Oled 2.5K (2880 x 1800 pixels), IPS 120 Hz, IPS 90 Hz, and 60 Hz IPS panels displaying 2240 x 1400 pixels.
Connectivity is rich: USB-C 3.2, USB A and Full HD webcam. Intel models come with Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6E ports while AMD models only get USB 4.0 and Wi-Fi 6.
The Yoga Slim 7 (i) Pro measures 31 x 22 cm, is 14.6 mm thick and weighs 1.31 kg. Finish with glass lid weighs 1.4 lbs. It will be available at the end of the second quarter from 1099 euros with Intel and from 999 euros with AMD processors.
The 16-inch version only offers Intel Core i5-12500H or Core i7-12700H processors, while the Ryzen 5 6600HS and Ryzen 7 6800HS are preferred for the AMD version.
The graphics part is entrusted to the Intel version of the new GPU of the founder of the Arc A 370M, the AMD version with GeForce RTX 3050 / Ti from Nvidia. 16-inch IPS touch panel and displays 2560 x 1600 pixels at 120 Hz for the Intel version and 165 Hz for the AMD version.
The Yoga Slim 7 (i) Pro 16 will also be available at the end of June at a price of 1599 euros at Intel and 1499 euros at AMD.
Lenovo also offers the Yoga Slim 7 (i) Pro X with a 14.5-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 3072 x 1920 pixels at 120Hz compatible with G-Sync. The Intel version is powered by 12th generation Alder Lake-H processors and the AMD version is powered by Ryzen 6000-HS processors. Lenovo offers the ability to integrate optional Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 or RTX 3050 GPUs to aid the processor with creative tasks. The price of the AMD version starts at 1199 euros. For the Intel version, you will have to add 100 euros to the bill.
Yoga Slim 7i Carbon, Ultrabook 967g
For the seventh-generation Yoga, the lightweight Yoga Slim 7i Carbon comes under the Intel fold with a 28W Alder Lake-P processor. Hz. With a 50 Whn battery, the Slim 7i Carbon weighs just 967 grams, and Lenovo claims an autonomy of more than 10 hours. However, connectivity is limited to a Thunderbolt 4 port and a USB-C 3.2 port, so you’ll need to provide an adapter. The Yoga Slim 7i Carbon should be available at the end of June, with a starting price of 1199 euros.
At the origin of the Yoga range, there is now only one true convertible, the Yoga 7. The latter has a 14-inch rotating screen with two possible panel options: 2880 x 1800 pixels in Oled or 2240 x 1400 pixels in IPS. The Yoga 7 is offered with an AMD Ryzen 5 6600U or Ryzen 7 6800U processor accompanied by a maximum of 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD. It weighs 1.43 kg and has a particularly full connectivity, two USB-C ports, an HDMI 2.1 port, a USB-A 3.2 port and a memory card reader. The Yoga 7 will be available at the end of June with a starting price of €1,099.
The latest model introduced by Lenovo, the Yoga Slim 9i is the spearhead of this seventh generation of Yoga. It is equipped with a 14-inch OLED panel offered in two definitions 4H at 60Hz or 2.8K at 90Hz. The rest of the features are more classic: Intel Core i5-1240P or Core i7 1280P, up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB SSD. A full HD webcam and 6 E wifi have been added to the three Thunderbolt ports. Yoga Slim 9i will be available like its companions at the end of June of 1899 €. We should be able to provide full tests of this new Yoga 7 set very soon.