Back in Q3 last year, Lenovo announced the LCD version of the Yoga Slim 7i Pro. It had the 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPUs that Intel unveiled back in September. This OLED version aims to amp up the contrast, and vibrant colors compared to the LCD variant. Lenovo says that the OLED(Organic LED) display is produced by Samsung Display.
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Pro OLED Display
Talking about the display, the Yoga Slim 7i Pro version gets a 14-inch OLED display. And, just like the LCD counterpart, this one also gets a 2.8K(2880 x 1800) resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. However, it has a Chrominance(Chroma) value amped up by a factor of 1.25. This reportedly means you get higher color frequency and deeper Blacks.
Other features of the OLED display includes a 667 times amplified contrast ratio, 100% DCI-P3, and 125% sRGB color gamut coverage. Additionally, the display also supports HDR, Dolby Vision. If this isn’t enough, Lenovo claims that you can work with this laptop in Direct Sunlight which will also reduce the blue-light emission by 70% compared to LCD.
Yoga Slim 7i Pro (OLED) Features
Talking about the design, the laptop measures 12.3x 8.7x 0.7(in) and weighs 1.45kg. It comes in a Single Slate Gray Color option. As for the I/O, you get 2xUSB Type-C™ with Intel’s Thunderbolt 4 support, 1xUSB-A 3.2 Gen 1, 1×3.5mm audio/mic jack.
Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Pro (OLED) Pricing, Availability
Lenovo hasn’t precisely shared a launch date or Price for the Yoga Slim 7i Pro OLED yet. However, it says the laptop will be available in AP(Asia-Pacific), Europe, Middle East, and Africa later in 2021.
If we recall, the LCD version debuted at around €799, and hence, we can expect something around the same for the OLED if not lesser. It’s worth noting that Lenovo says the OLED version isn’t available in North America.
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