Technology company Lenovo brings to the Philippines the latest addition to its Yoga notebook series. The new Yoga devices offer premium features and advanced technologies catering to all types of users.
Yoga 9 series
Headlining the latest Lenovo Yoga devices are the Yoga Slim 9i notebook and Yoga 9i convertible, both retail prices starting at P99,995. These devices are powered by up to the latest 10th Gen Intel Core i9 HK-Series mobile processors with graphics based on the Intel Xe architecture.
The 14-inch Yoga Slim 9i laptop is built to be carried around anywhere weighing only 1.26kg and 13.9mm thin. It also features a black leather cover bonded with an aerospace-grade aluminum chassis for more durability.
The leather cover also comes optional on the 14-inch Yoga 9i convertible. A first on Lenovo consumer laptops, devices undergo a special 20-step hand-tooled assembly process that retains the original appearance of the genuine European leather used.
Yoga 7 series
Lenovo said it built the Yoga 7 devices with careful attention to design details.
The Yoga Slim 7i Pro (price starts at P64,995), a 14.9-mm laptop fueled by up to Intel Core i7-1165G7 with NVidia GeForce MX450 GPU. The 14-inch 2.8K resolution display boasts a 100% sRGB life-like color and clarity at up to 400 nits brightness, and a 90Hz refresh rate designed to decrease time lags while gaming or streaming content.
Yoga Slim 7i Pro is the recently unveiled Yoga Slim 7i Carbon (price starts at P59,995), it is crafted with MIL-STD 810G-certified device. The “featherweight” portability (966g) is delivered by aero-grade strength carbon fibers carefully layered and bonded using a high-precision manufacturing process similarly employed by makers of supercars. The Yoga Slim 7i Carbon offers a 15-hour battery life and runs on up to the latest Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor, up to 16GB RAM, and up to 1TB SSD paired with a QHD 16:10 panel.
Another compact 13-inch comes in the form of the Yoga Slim 7i (pricing and availability to be announced soon), a 13.9-mm all-metal machine-cut premium laptop with a clamshell design. Its taller aspect viewing ratio (16:10) at 2560×1600 resolution allows for easier screen use while scrolling web pages or documents.
Completing the Yoga 7 series lineup is the Yoga 7i (price starts at P59,995), an ultrathin convertible that boasts of around 16 hours of battery life. It runs on up to Intel Core i7-1165G7 processor with Iris Plus G7 XE graphics, up to 16GB RAM, and up to 1TB PCIe SSD, the Yoga 7i boasts of a 14” or 15.6” touchscreen display that can have up to 500 nits brightness with a 72% NTSC color gamut.
The Yoga 6 (price starts at P49,995) houses up to an AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Mobile Processor with built-in AMD Radeon graphics and up to 1TB of SSD inside a compact 13” chassis.
IdeaPad 5 and 3 series
The IdeaPad Slim 5i (price starts at P42,995) is a device that boasts of true 4 side narrow bezels in a mainstream segment laptop, innovative charging via Type-C connection, and front-facing speakers that promises to deliver crystal-clear surround sound.
The IdeaPad Flex 5i (price starts at P49,995), features “super-fast” connectivity, advanced display technology, and a 360-degree hinge and also comes with the Lenovo Digital Pen.
Lenovo also offers some best-value-for-money mainstream devices such as the IdeaPad Slim 3i with Intel Core i7 (price starts at P44,995) or Core i3 with MX GPU (price starts at P29,995).
Along with the previously launched Yoga Duet 7, the suite spans 10 devices (Yoga Slim 9i, Yoga 9i, Yoga Slim 7 Pro, Yoga Slim 7i Carbon, Yoga Slim 7, Yoga 7i, Yoga 6, IdeaPad Slim 5, IdeaPad Flex 5) with a starting price of P49,995.
All the devices except for the IdeaPad Slim 3i with Intel Core i3, come pre-installed with Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 (worth P6,995) and upgraded to Lenovo’s 3-Year Premium Care Warranty (worth P9,100) that entails 24×7 direct access to Lenovo engineers, on-site repair on the next business day if available, and an annual PC Health Check.
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