New Lenovo Slim 7: Alder Lake and Raptor Lake processors and up to 16GB of RAM

The laptop Lenovo Slim 7 It has been renewed to incorporate a 14-inch screen that can be IPS LCD at 2,880 × 1,800 pixels and 120Hz, IPS LCD at 2,240 × 1,400 at 60Hz or OLED at Full HD resolution and 60Hz. It can come to support configurations capable of fulfilling certain professional functions.

The renewed Lenovo Slim 7 will start at a price of 730 US dollars when it begins to be marketed from April in the United States. It will incorporate in its base configuration a processor Intel Core i5-1240P generation Alder Lake, which may be replaced by the Intel Core i7-1260P (Alder Lake), the Intel Core i5-1340P (Raptor Lake) or the Intel Core i7-1360P (Raptor Lake).

As for memory, the Lenovo Slim 7 can be bought with 8 or 16 gigabytes of LPDDR5 RAM that cannot be updated. For data storage, it makes available the options of 512GB or 1TB via SSD drive in M.2 form factor. As we have already said, the laptop can fulfill professional functions in its most powerful configurations, although not with those that rely heavily on the GPU, since here, at least for now, there is no dedicated graphics, but only the integrated one. of the processor.

As connections there are two Thunderbolt 4 ports, a USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A, an HDMI 2.1, a 3.5mm audio jack, Wi-Fi 6/6E and Bluetooth 5.1. The 60Wh battery is charged via USB Type-C at 65 watts with the included or official charger.

Other features are two speakers (stereo), a 1080p infrared camera with a switch to preserve privacy, its dimensions are 312 x 221 x 14.9 mm and its weight of 1.31 kg.

The Lenovo Slim 7 is a relatively powerful and lightweight computer that, in the right context, can be a good product. Regarding the processors, Intel has said that they incorporate technologies that contribute to extending autonomy, but little by little the feeling is spreading that x86 is not a competitive architecture in laptops, and meanwhile, Microsoft OEMs continue to chip away at Windows. for ARM which is a failure instead of betting on Linux.

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