The choice of the latest laptops is now increasingly promising, between portability, screen visual quality, aesthetics and performance. This is shown by Lenovo by presence Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Pro (OLED version) which has a 90Hz OLED panel with a screen size of 14 inches at CES 2021.
Equipped with the power of the latest 11th Generation Intel Core mobile processors that bring the iGPU promises to Iris Xe Graphics, or discrete graphics up to NVIDIA GeForce MX450.
Lenovo itself says that it continues to improve the user experience through its commitment to the latest bold innovations, fine craftsmanship, and smarter technologies such as instant on when the user raises the laptop cover, hands-free login, and Intelligent Cooling mode.
Built to be ready for Intel Evo certification, Lenovo and Intel are targeting verification of this updated laptop design with OLED panels later in Q2 2021, awaiting further setup. What’s more, users can simply use the Yoga’s built-in microphone to empower Alexa’s hands-free functionality on a PC.
The presence of an OLED panel brings a much more promising visual quality. This panel is manufactured by Samsung Display and is available with OLED displays up to 2.8K (2880 x 1800). Offers a 90Hz refresh rate for reduced lag and a higher 16:10 aspect ratio for more screen real estate.
It is the first laptop in the Lenovo Yoga lineup to offer consumers an enhanced OLED display technology that is so immersive, making it fundamentally different from LCD. The chrominance attribute (called chroma) is amplified up to 1.25 times the amount supplied via the LCD, resulting in a higher color frequency and black saturation, not to mention an amplified contrast ratio for 667 times more definition over LCD. A smarter combination of display quality, thin laptop design, mobile processors, and artificial intelligence (AI) work together to create a premium laptop that offers better image quality, plus response times and lower power consumption.
Lenovo says that the screen has a 100 percent DCI-P3 and 125 percent sRGB gamut so it can provide vibrant color quality, providing a more lifelike HDR experience, ideal for high-end video and photo editing; HDR also enhances the contrast between the lightest and darkest parts of the image.
What about price & availability? Unfortunately, manufacturers have not provided certainty about all of this, moreover, prices will vary in each market. We’ll wait for more information from Lenovo.