Lenovo Expands its Renowned Yoga series With Yoga 7 Flipbook and Yoga Slim 7 Pro PCs


Lenovo Yoga series reported a progression of flimsy and light workstations as a feature of its renowned Yoga series back at CES 2022 yet is currently growing the arrangement considerably further with two or three new Yoga 7 series models. There’s initially the touch-empowered, convertible Yoga 7 Flipbook and afterward, there’s the Yoga Slim 7 Pro, the two of which have been examined underneath.

Lenovo Yoga 7 Flipbook

The Lenovo Yoga 7 Flipbook series is outfitted with super productive Intel twelfth Gen Core-U processors which expect up to 15W of ability to work. Choices are two, to be specific the i5-1235U and i7-1255U, the two of which are 10 centers and 12 strings (2 enormous centers + 8 little centers). The Intel chips are helped by LPDDR5-4800 RAM and up to 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSD.

The display of the PC is a 14-inches with a 2240×1400 goal that can be turned to transform the PC into a tablet and has a 16:10 perspective proportion with a 100 percent sRGB shading range.

The notebook measures 316.66 x 220.25 x 17.35 mm and weighs 1.45 kg. The connection point incorporates two Thunderbolt 4, an HDMI 2.0, and a microSD card space.

Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro

The Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro is outfitted with an Intel twelfth Gen P-series processor with a fundamental power prerequisite of 28W. Choices are two, to be specific the i5-1240P and i7-1260P both with 12 centers and 16 strings (4 enormous centers + 8 little ones).

The previous has frequencies arriving at 4.4GHz while the last option goes up to 4.7GHz. Up to 16GB of LPDDR5-4800 RAM is offered and the SSD can ultimately depend on 1TB. The 14-inch display of this notebook has a 2880×1800 goal, offers 400 nits brilliance, and has a 100 percent sRGB shading range.

The Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Pro estimates 312.4 x 221.4 x 14.6 mm and weighs 1.37 kg. The ports incorporate two Thunderbolt 4, a USB 3.2, and a headset port.

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