The newest generation of Lenovo’s ultra-portable Slim laptops has been made official. The lineup includes a refresh of the Slim 7 Pro and Slim 7i Pro, and the company has unveiled the new 14-inch Lenovo Slim 9i, Lenovo Slim 7i Pro X, Lenovo Slim 7 Pro X, and Lenovo Slim 7i Carbon.
Leading the pack is the flagship Lenovo Slim 9i. Apart from housing premium specs like its 14-inch 4K OLED touchscreen display, the Lenovo Slim 9i prides itself on being a carbon-neutral-certified laptop.
The display also offers Vesa Certified Display HDR True Black 500 for true-to-life color reproduction perfect for work and entertainment. And rounding out the experience are four Bowers & Wilkins speakers. 12th Gen Intel Core processors run the show and are supported by Lenovo AI Core 2.0 that not only improves the performance of AI-based tasks but also increases the device’s security.
The Lenovo Slim 9i adopts a comfort edge design that’s also found on the rest of the members of the Slim family. Corners and contours are rounded for a more organic feel and comfortable handling.
Next in line are the Lenovo Slim 7 Pro X and the Slim 7i Pro X. With content creation capabilities now a major factor for most in choosing a new laptop, the new Slim 7 Pro X and Slim 7i Pro X offer features fit for the task. Both will feature next-gen processors, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 Laptop GPUs wth NVIDIA Studio Validation. To keep things in check, Lenovo’s thermal solution, X Power, will be able to optimally tune to specific scenarios to maximize performance.
The display comes in the form of a 14.5-inch 3K panel with a high 120Hz refresh rate. A touchscreen option is also available. Still, with content creation needs kept in mind, the panel offers 100% sRGB gamut coverage with 100% sRGB gamut volume. TUV Hardware Blue Light certification also protects eyes from harmful light emissions.
Last on the list of Lenovo’s new arrivals is the Slim 7i Carbon. A tiny and thin laptop, the Slim 7I was designed to be an ultra-portable 13-inch laptop. It weighs less than a kilo and is less than 15mm thick.
Apart from being tiny, the Slim 7i is made of aerospace-grade magnesium alloy reinforced with multi-layer carbon. This not only keeps it light but also adds a bit of ruggedness and strength.
We’ll also be seeing 12th-gen processors on the Slim 7i Carbon. For its display, it offers a 13.3-inch 2.5K panel with an option to make it touchscreen as well. Other features include a fast 90Hz refresh rate, 100% color volume with 8-bit color, and TUV hardware Low Blue Light certification.
The Lenovo Slim series is expected to be available by June of this year. The Lenovo Slim 9i will start at $1799 while the Slim 7i Pro X and Slim 7 Pro X will be priced starting at $1699 and $1499 respectively. Finally, the Lenovo Slim Carbon will start at $1299.