As per reports, Lenovo has rolled out the IdeaPad 5i Chromebook, which might be the ideal Gforce machine.
Additionally, the IdeaPad 5i is a device that looks mediocre but has a conceivable standout screen. Furthermore, the device will be available in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa in September 2022 with a starting price of €54,9. Still, the company has not revealed its availability in the market.
Considerably, the IdeaPad 5i is Lenovo’s first 16-inch Chromebook, and it’s a voluminous one at 4.10 pounds and 0.8 inches thick. The display screen has a 2.5K resolution, a 16:10 aspect ratio, a maximum brightness of 350 nits, and a refresh rate of 120Hz, which is quite apt.
Substantially, you can see up to 120 frames per second while gaming, something you enjoy at its best. In addition, its noticeably smooth scrolling experience makes streaming more enjoyable.
However, you can select the version accordingly, as there is also an option for a 60Hz, 300-nit FHD screen in Lenovo IdeaPad 5i, which comparatively costs less.
Moreover, the IdeaPad 5i is said to have 12 hours of battery life, a keyboard with 1.5mm of travel, and speakers tuned by Waves MaxxAudio. Also, the camera is FHD and has a movable shutter.
Although its processors can be available according to buyers’ preferences, you can choose an Intel Pentium 8505 and a more powerful Core i3-1215U. In addition, you can get up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage per your need.
Lenovo revealed two new additions to its Tab P11 tablet series. The second-gen Tab P11 Pro is for a media-viewing crowd with a 600-nit 11.2-inch OLED touchscreen and support for HDR10 Plus. However, It’s powered by the MediaTek Kompanio 1300T octa-core processor offering 120 percent more power than the previous device.
A “ThinkPad-inspired” detachable keyboard is included. In addition, you can add Lenovo’s Precision Pen 3, which magnetically attaches to the device.
Also, the second-gen Lenovo Tab P11, which runs the tablet-oriented Android 12L. This device has an 11.5-inch regular LCD display and a 120Hz refresh rate. In addition, it’s powered by a MediaTek G99 chip and is said to be 50 percent more potent than its predecessor.
Meanwhile, both tablets incorporate subscriptions to Nebo, a digital notebook software, and MyScript Calculator 2, a calculation tool that can solve written equations.
More interestingly, both come in Storm Grey; the P11 Pro also has an Oat option, and the P11 has a Sage option. In addition, the products will receive “at least two major Android OS upgrades” and three years of security updates from launch.
The P11 Pro is launching in September with a starting price of $399.99. Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait until January for the regular P11 Pro, starting at $249.99.