Joining a multitude of OLED PCs that have been dispatched for the current month is Lenovo’s new IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon (marked as the Yoga Slim 7 Carbon outside of North America). Lenovo claims it’s the lightest 14-inch OLED PC available at 2.37 pounds. (I’m speculating the organization is correct. The nearest contender I can consider is Asus’ ZenBook 14X OLED, which is 3.09 pounds. It’s likewise lighter than both the ZenBook 13 OLED and the Dell XPS 13 OLED.)
One thing to note is that the OLED board (from Samsung Display) accompanies the QHD+ goal, as opposed to the 4K goal that you frequently see on OLED workstations. This implies you will not get however many pixels as you would on a 4K OLED machine (like the ZenBook 14X), yet you may likewise see better battery life. QHD+ is still bounty sharp, particularly at this size.
There are different things to like with regards to the showcase, as well. It has a 16:10 viewpoint proportion, which will manage the cost of more upward space than the 16:9 board on last year’s IdeaPad Slim 7. Lenovo says it has a 90Hz revive rate (a trademark that Samsung guaranteed would show up on more OLED PCs this year), will cover 100% of the DCI-P3 shading range and will arrive at 600 nits of splendor.
Inside, the Slim 7 can be designed with up to an AMD Ryzen 7 5800U, an Nvidia GeForce MX450 illustrations card, 16GB of memory, and 1TB of capacity. There’s a 61Whr battery that Lenovo cases will endure up to 14.5 hours — which might appear to be a difficult task, however, we drew near to that out of last year’s Slim 7, which had a somewhat more modest battery.
Lenovo additionally demands the thing is sturdy, regardless of its light form. Per the organization, the gadget has gone through “nine functional tests” for toughness, and can withstand “regular actual shock and cruel ecological conditions.” It’s relied upon to hit racks in October with a beginning cost of $1,289.99.
The console of the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro is seen from above on a white foundation. The screen shows a couple of windowed applications on an orange foundation.
Lenovo likewise flaunted another Yoga Slim 7 Pro (marked as the IdeaPad Slim 7 Pro external North America — I know, it’s befuddling). This is a 16-inch PC with a normal IPS touchscreen as opposed to an OLED, however, it’s additionally 16:10 and has a QHD goal. That screen goes up to 120Hz, a considerably greater shelter for the gaming swarm. Models accompany up to a Ryzen 7 5800H, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050, 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of capacity. There’s a 75Whr battery. The Slim 7 Pro is normal in October with a beginning cost of $1,449.