Lenovo releases two new notebooks in the YOGA series, equipped with 11th-generation Core processors

On August 18, foreign media AnandTech reported that Lenovo officially released two new products in the YOGA series, namely Lenovo YOGA 6 and YOGA 7i. Among them, YOGA 6 is a flip-top design, equipped with AMD Ryzen processors, and will go on sale in October, starting at US$699.99; YOGA 7i is equipped with an 11-generation Core processor, starting at US$849.99, and the 15.6-inch version starts at 799. The US dollar will be listed in November.

According to reports, the new YOGA 6 is equipped with a 13.3-inch reversible screen, with four working mode switching, the screen resolution is 1920×1080, 300 nit brightness. The A side of the fuselage is designed with fabric material, and the color is dark blue. The weight of the fuselage is about 1.3kg. Inside the fuselage is equipped with AMD R7 4700U processor, with 16GB DDR4 memory and 1TB SSD solid state, built-in 60Wh battery, battery life can reach 18 hours, support fingerprint recognition unlocking and stylus input control.

Another YOGA 7i has 14-inch and 14.6-inch models with a 1080P resolution flip screen that supports Dolby Vision, while the 15.6-inch version also supports VESA DisplayHDR 400. In addition, YOGA 7i also provides two colors of slate gray and dark cyan, and is equipped with a backlit keyboard. The 15.6-inch version also includes a numeric keyboard.

In terms of configuration, both YOGA 7i models are equipped with Intel’s 11th-generation Core processors, with 16GB LPDDR4X memory and 1TB SSD solid state hard drives. The fuselage is also equipped with 2 Thunderbolt 4 ports and a built-in 71-watt-hour super-capacity battery. . According to official data, the 14-inch version has a battery life of 16 hours, and the 15.6-inch version has a battery life of 13 hours. Friends who are interested in the above two new products can pay more attention to them, and they will go on sale in October.