Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon
Lenovo’s annual Tech World event has seen Lenovo announce an evolution in the company’s portfolio, as the PC maker adapts to the new Work/Study from anywhere paradigm. With the introduction of LenovoTruScale, an everything-as-a-service offering, users can now use Lenovo’s solutions and technologies from anywhere, for anyone, and for anything.
As part of Tech World 2021, Lenovo launched two new models to the Yoga Slim family, both AMD Ryzen-7 equipped to reflect the increasing demand for PC notebooks to be faster, more powerful and more mobile. The Lenovo Yoga Slim 7 Carbon is the world’s lightest 14-inch OLED laptop, while the 16-inch ultra-slim Yoga Slim 7 Pro was crafted for users who want a powerful portable system with up to a 120Hz touch display.
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