You can do so much more with a Lenovo, this is what was cemented during an event where they showcased their latest laptops together with their tech partners in Blueleaf BGC. These are the latest ultra slim laptops that have Windows 11, for those who dare to create.
The Yoga Slim 7i Carbon makes those meticulous pros that look for form and function a little at ease. It might be 13 inches, but it's equipped with a 12th Gen Intel Core i7 1260P processor which makes work tasks or editing a breeze. It's super light at 960 grams, uses magnesium alloy for its body plus carbon fiber which makes it easy to bring along if you're working remotely. It's got a 2.5K PureSight Display and a 90Hz refresh rate, those games you play every once in a while that needs better resources can be done without worries. It uses an Intel Iris Xe so if you're fond of watching dramas or editing videos, this can perform for long hours. It comes in Moon White and Cloud Grey colorway and costs Pho 77,995. If you're looking for a laptop for studying and casual gaming, this would fit you nicely.
If you fancy the Yoga Slim 7i Pro X, you've got enough power for content creation, audio processing in one unit. It's a monster equipped with an Intel Core i7-12700H Processor so you can run software without slowing down other things and finish the job early. It's a bigger rig at 14.5 inches, has an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 with a 4G GDDR5 VRAM which you can use for heavy graphics and hungry apps. The 32GB LPDDR5 RAM and 1 TB PCIE SDD can get your projects stored, including photos, videos and documents without the need of other storage devices, as it is quite massive already. With the Lenovo X Power, your power use is efficient, something propreitary which you won't find in other brands. Those GPU and CPU needs will be managed, and you get the things done efficiently. I could see this be used by pros, who need 120Hz Refresh Rates, something Lenovo PureSight could only do (I'd be worried gamers would run out of it). It weighs 1.6KG, for what it can do that's still light. It costs Php 91,995 though which may be hefty for some, but it'll be worth the investment in the long run.
These are just some of the things that Lenovo has up their sleeves, who in the right mind would not want that? Uf you;re seriously considering to have one, check out lenovo.com/ph/en/yoga as they have the features listed there. It is available in the Philippines now!
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