Lenovo’s first Windows 11 laptops run the Ryzen

Lenovo celebrates the arrival of Windows 11 with two new laptops equipped with Amd Ryzen.

Ideapad Slim 7 Carbon comes with a 14-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 2880 x 1800 and a refresh rate of 90Hz and a 16:10 aspect ratio.

Inside we find an eight-core Ryzen 7 5800U with an optional Nvidia Geforce MX459-gpu. The laptop can also hold up to 16 gigabytes of lpddr4x memory and 1 terabyte of pcie ssd. The battery of 61 watt hours should be sufficient for up to 14.5 hours of use. The computer also uses the fast-charging technology Rapid Charge Express, which should be able to give a dead battery three hours of use in 15 minutes. Weight is 1.8 kg.

Ideapad Slim 7 Carbon has three usb-c ports but no usb-a or support for Thunderbolt 3 or Thunderbolt 4. The computer will be released in October with a starting price of 1290 dollars, corresponding to approximately 11,100 kronor excluding VAT.

The other laptop is the Ideapad Slim 7 Pro which has the same 16:10 screen with 500 nits, 100 percent srgb and an update frequency of up to 120Hz. The computer runs an eight-core Ryzen 7 5800H, up to 16 gigabytes of ddr4, 1 terabyte of pcie ssd and up to a Geforce RTX 3050 laptop gpu.

Weight is 2.7 kg and the battery of 75 watt hours should be enough for 12.5 hours of use. The laptop has two usb-a ports, an sd card reader, an hdmi port, usb-c and audio jack. The sale starts in October and the price starts at 1450 dollars, corresponding to approximately 12,480 kronor excluding VAT.

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