Lenovo has three high-profile premieres at once. This time in the segment of gaming laptops and transformer devices.
Legion Slim 7i
Gaming devices continue to get smaller and lighter. The Legion Slim 7i is an example. The new laptop weighs only 1.76 kg and is 18 mm thick. At the same time, the filling is quite serious: Intel processors from Core i5-10300H to Core i9-10980HK, RAM up to 32 GB, video card up to GeForce RTX 2060 Max-Q. The battery capacity will last for 9 hours of active use. The device will go on sale at the end of October and will cost € 1299 (the Russian price is still unknown).
The Yoga 9i has an aluminum alloy body and an original glass panel under the key block, under which the touchpad is hidden. “Under the hood” – new Intel Tiger Lake processors with a modified cooling system. In addition, I have provided a stylus for work, which is inserted into the body of the transformer and recharged there. The Yoga 9i will be available in 14 and 15-inch versions. Sales are also due to start in October, with a announced starting price of € 1,799.
Yoga Slim 9i
It looks like the “regular” version, but the case is thinner: only 13.9 mm, the weight of the device is 1.2 kg. From “chips” – the ability to turn off the camera with a special button. The slim version 9i will appear in November for an approximate cost of € 1,899.
By the way, today another interesting premiere took place: a Russian monoblock based on the domestic Elbrus processor was presented.