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Lenovo Yoga Slim 7i Carbon with i5-1135G7 CPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD $1149 Delivered @ Lenovo

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$161 more than Offceworks deal though bigger 512GB SSD.

Processor

11th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-1135G7 (4C / 8T, 2.4 / 4.2GHz, 8MB)
Operating System

Windows 10 Home 64
Display Type

13.3" QHD (2560x1600) Low power IPS 300nits Anti-glare, 100% sRGB, Dolby Vision
Memory

16GB Soldered LPDDR4x-4266
Hard Drive

512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe
Warranty

1 Year Premium
AC Adapter

65W USB-C Slim
Graphics

Integrated Intel Iris® Xe Graphics
Second Hard Drive

N/A
Battery

Integrated 50Wh
Camera

720p + IR + ToF
Fingerprint Reader

No Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard

Backlit, English
Wireless

11ax, 2x2
Integrated Mobile Broadband

N/A

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  • -2

    Fingerprint reader or no fingerprint reader

    • Did you read the specifications?

      • Did you read the description?

      • Did you?

    • I use face recognition, although it will only work depending on the day

    • It says "No Fingerprint Reader".
      So you clearly needed someone else to spoon feed you.

      • It also says "Fingerprint reader".

        720p + IR + ToF
        Fingerprint Reader

        No Fingerprint Reader
        Keyboard

        • +6

          It also says, for example:

          "Operating System

          Windows 10 Home 64
          Display Type"

          …. So what do you think is the header line and what is the content line?

          I'm pretty certain my 7 yo kid can work this out.

        • Dupe

  • Don't forget the Intel Cashback ending midnight!

    • Its valid with specific retailers only, lenovo is not one of them

  • +2

    Ships in 8 to 10 weeks … wtf .. i would rather pay $1400 and pick it up tonight from Good Guys

    • Price match from Good Guys?

  • This or Dell XPS 9305 ?

    • I got this last week and used to use an xps 13 for work. The Dell is definitely better in most regards apart from weight. This is noticeably lighter, everything else the Dell does better, but it's also 50% more expensive so up to you if it's worth it. For me for a home laptop when I already have a great desktop, this was more than enough.

      • How is the screen on this one ? Colours and specially whites ?

        • From my limited experience, colours look pretty great but I really wish it was brighter. Good enough for indoor use but forget about using it outside

    • Dell has a more appropriate screen, but it's hard to call it better.

      The Dell is also more expensive for lower specs.

      In general I would imagine the XPS is a better quality machine than a Yoga.

  • Why the eff don't the have a black one?

  • Some reviews say this model gets hot and loud?

    • I got the i7 model, just started using it 2 days ago. It tends to get warm and when that happens the fans spin up. One weird instance was where the CPU suddenly got really hot @88°C, was monitoring with hwinfo. That happened whilst I was browsing the internet, nothing intensive running. Odd.

      • Thanks for the heads up, have you updated the BIOS? I think i read someone’s review saying it might do the fix

        • It hasn't crossed my mind. Thank you for the reminder!
          Edit: just checked, I'm already running the latest bios.

      • I've had mine for a few days now. Have had one instance where the fan kicked up doing light tasks but otherwise I haven't noticed excessive heat or fan noise.

        Had read lots of reviews beforehand that the fan noise and battery life isn't great - I have to say my expectations have been exceeded - using the Lenovo battery charge threshold of 60% (annoyingly not modifiable) I still easily get 5 hours of browsing and office use.

        For the money that I paid the chassis design and lightning fast Windows Hello boot up from sleep and the 2k screen is totally worth it.

        The keyboard is barely acceptable though due to the lack of travel distance from such a thin design.

        • What's the lenovo battery charge threshold?

          • @Kibbelhs: @Kibbelhs: Software setting that allows you to choose to stop charging at a lower percentage so that your long term battery longevity is preserved.

            Thinkpads have a very versatile charging threshold - setting at 80-90% will give you almost full battery life while still taking care if your battery.

            The Yoga line is gimped - you can choose to charge to 60% or 100% only. Gotta keep the good options for the higher end Thinkpads.

            • @Jevansent: Ahh that's unfortunate to hear. Product gating sucks.

  • +1

    price has taken a sharp increase lol
    $109,998.90
    bargain

    • Congrats to those who bought before the price jump. I believe this would be the first multibagger you've bought, and financial freedom is truly on the horizon…

    • Lol!! Spent couple of hours last night comparing this with a zenbook. Woke up to buy this and oh well…