Lenovoone of the most famous notebook manufacturers and one of the most prominent companies in the field of assembly technology (it even sells custom graphics card models), is going to refresh some of its notebook models with the latest generations of Intel and AMD processors.
It is something that has become a habit for laptop manufacturers to refresh and introduce new generations of their reference models. Among all the compatible models, the Dell XPS 13 stands out, whose version with the Ubuntu operating system is always released. With this case on the table, it is not surprising that Lenovo is doing the same, although given the dates we are in, it may save some cards at CES 2023, which will be held early next year in the American city of Las Vegas.
The models that Lenovo will refresh, as announced, include IdeaPad Pro 5 and 5i with 14-inch and 16-inch screensAlthough both models will use Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. The 14-inch display will support either 2.2K or 2.8K resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the 16-inch will run at a native 2.5K resolution and 120Hz.
Lenovo said that the future IdeaPad Pro 5 and 5i will have better performance thanks to better temperature management, which will result in a less noisy cooling fan experience. The notebooks will include a 25% larger touchpad, a Full HD IR webcam with a time-of-flight sensor and, in the case of the 16-inch model, a slot for an additional SSD disk will be made available.
On the other side they are IdeaPad Slim, among which is the Slim 5i with a 16-inch screen and an unspecified Intel processor. There will also be a 16-inch Slim 5 model with a Ryzen 3 7330U, Ryzen 5 7530U or Ryzen 7 7730U processor., although it always works at 60 Hz. Newly, they will have a physical switch for the webcam and will be available in purple, cloud gray and abyss blue.
As for the commercialization date, it is estimated to be May 2023 for the United States. The IdeaPad Pro 5i with a 16-inch screen is priced at $1,500, while Slim 5s with AMD processors would start at $650 and those with Intel processors would have a base price of $750.
Source: Muy Computer
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