Lenovo is coming this fall with an absolute amount of devices, and special mention should be made new Windows laptops and Chromebooks. Tjust society took the wrappers off her the first AMD Ryzen The IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon, along with an update to the Chromebook Duet, which was one of the most popular Chrome OS devices sold out at the start of the pandemic. And for those wondering who else sells Android tablets, Lenovo has a new one that promises enticing specs – perhaps powerful enough to keep you away from Apple’s iPad.
Let’s just jump in IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon it is 14.9 mm thin and weighs less than 3 kilograms. It has a 14-inch quad-HD screen with 90Hz refresh rate and maximum brightness of 400 nits. The IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon includes a 61Wh battery, and there are some side openings for easier heat dissipation while the laptop is lying on the table.
Inside, the IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon is available with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800U mobile processor and up to 16 GB of RAM. Carbon variants of Lenovo laptops are usually more durable and lighter due to the aluminum construction, iwWhen I personally saw the laptop, it really was pretty easy –I didn’t feel much effort holding it with one hand. The IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon starts at $ 1,290 and will go on sale in October. It will ship with Windows 11 right out of the box.
The IdeaPad Slim 7 Pro is the second Windows laptop with Ryzen announced alongside Carbon. It’s tuned for content creators and professionals, and as a result offers a larger 16-inch screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. Inside, it is available with up to the same AMD Ryzen 7 5800U mobile processor as Carbon, as well as up to 16 GB of RAM. It has a larger 75Wh battery to accommodate a higher refresh rate and will ship with Windows 11 out of the box. The IdeaPad Slim 7 Pro starts at $ 1,450 and will also be available in October 2021.
Chromebook Duet 5
Lenovo is refreshing Chromebook Duet with upgraded specs and a more refined look. The Duet 5 Chromebook run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor with up to 8 GB of RAM. This Chromebook is the best suitable for school from home, or maybe even WFH, depending on how much energy you need.
The Chromebook Duet 5 is reminiscent of a traditional laptop, with 13.3-inch full-HD OLED screen, although you can turn it into a tablet as much as you need. A comfortable keyboard is included. It is available with up to 256 GB of storage, which should be enough if you really plan to use Chrome cloud storage. Inside is a 42Wh battery with fast charging technology and both, front 5 MP camera and 8 MP rear camera video chat camera. However, the number of ports with only two USB-C ports is limited. You’ll need to invest in an adapter to add peripherals or connect your Chromebook to your monitor.
The Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 starts at $ 430 and will be available in October.
P12 Pro card
For those who are wondering about manufacturers who still produce Android tablets, look no further than Lenovo. Lenovo has announced the Tab P12 Pro, the successor to the P11 Pro, although it is not necessarily a replacement.
This tablet is a huge device. It has a 12.6-inch screen with 120Hz refresh rate and brightness of up to 600 nits. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor and is available with up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage.
The tablet also has face recognition and a fingerprint reader built into the power button. The front has 8 MP and two rear cameras, including a 5-MP wide angle camera and 13 MP autofocus camera. The Tab P12 Pro also features four-language JBL speakers and Dolby Atmos to be more of a home entertainment device.
For pen users, the Tab P12 Pro comes with a Lenovo Precision Pen 3, and an optional keyboard is also available. On the back of the foil wrapper, there’s even a handy silicone pouch that carries the pen with you without worrying about losing it.
The P12 Pro tab will cost $ 610 and will be available in October. It will launch with Android 11 out of the box.
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