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Lenovo Yoga 7 R5-7535U, 16GB DDR5, 512GB SSD, 14" WUXGA OLED Dolby Vision 400nits 60hz Touch 2-in-1 $1219 Delivered @ Lenovo AU


Versus the $20 cheaper Acer Swift you get the:

More efficient Zen 3 Ryzen CPU
More powerful Radeon 660M RDNA2 iGPU
Touch OLED screen
Larger battery
Longer battery life

Ryzen 7 7735U CPU is +$39 option in builder


AMD Ryzen 5 7535U (6C / 12T, 2.9 / 4.55GHz, 3MB L2 / 16MB L3)
16GB Soldered LPDDR5-6400, dual-channel, not upgradable
512GB SSD M.2 2242 PCIe 4.0x4 NVMe
Integrated AMD Radeon 660M Graphics

14" WUXGA (1920x1200) OLED 400nits Glossy, 100% DCI-P3, 60Hz, Dolby Vision, TÜV Low Blue Light, DisplayHDR True Black 500, Glass, Touch, OGM, 10-point Multi-touch

1x USB4 40Gbps (support data transfer, Power Delivery 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.4), 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (support data transfer, Power Delivery 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.4), 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1 (Always On), 1x HDMI 1.4b, 1x Headphone / microphone combo jack (3.5mm), 1x microSD card reader
Wi-Fi 6E, 11ax 2x2 + BT5.1
FHD 1080p + IR with Privacy Shutter camera
Aluminium (Top), Aluminium (Bottom)
Backlit, English keyboard
Lenovo Digital Pen
71Wh battery
65W USB-C (3-pin) charger
317.87 x 222.50 x 16.49mm
1.49 kg
1-year, Courier or Carry-in warranty
Windows 11 Home

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2023

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  • +9

    Spend the extra $39 for the 7735U

    • +4

      Which also has the much better radeon 680m igpu!

  • This has only 3.5% cashback, the Thinkbook and Thinkpad have 14%. Maybe an option?

    • +1

      Do they have touch options?

    • Try shop back for 8% cashback

  • +1

    I am looking for something with digital pen with good graphics card, for a uni student studying graphics design, needs something to draw on screen and powerful enough for Adobe suite. Is something better then Yoga? in range of $1400-$1500

    • +3

      I've tried a lot of touch screen laptop + digital pen combos (except anything apple). Nothing beats Microsoft surface line up in terms of a natural tactile feel, sensitivity etc.
      They're are very costly brand new but you can pick them up dirt cheap on ebay refurbished.

      • Hi i need to get one for my son. Anything worthwhile around 1k mark? Thanks

    • +1

      This Surface Studio looks pretty good if you can stretch to $1.7k

  • +7

    Computers are so fricken cheap nowadays. It cost an arm and a leg for a crappy desktop in the 90s and a laptop was unthinkable for most.

  • I'm not aware of anything with the same features at this price point, but … I've had 2 replacements and a new motherboard so far this year (originally gen7 now gen8). Problems on each relating to bluetooth and being stuck in sleep mode that go from niggly to unworkable. Got my son one also at the beginning of the year and his has been fine.

  • How does this compare with the MacBook Pro M2?

    Is the 3 year better support worth it? I have read a few comments on their screens cracking where the joins are

    • +1

      MacBook is on a other level. Only drawback is using the apple OS I guess.

    • Yeah my Yoga also had Bluetooth problems that was fixed under warranty.

      • Is that the gen 7 or 8?

  • Yeah I know chalk and cheese, just wondering if MBP was 10x faster etc

    • Yeah I'd say so and more reliable.

      Lenovo can be finicky with battery drain, software, crashes etc.

  • I am after the Intel version of this laptop. But should I wait for the gen14 CPU?

  • Guys is this worth for a normal usage ? no gaming , just browsing , emails , streaming etc

  • Can I have last years version. It's a good laptop overall except for the occasional keyboard issues. Which I guess is across most lenovo models.

  • Look very good spec-wise. A Macbook with 16Gb ram is much more expensive that this

  • Their black Friday deals are garbage this year. All marketing no deals.

  • What does 1-year, Courier or Carry-in warranty mean? Is it onsite warranty included?

  • Are we likely to get get better deals again when Black Friday/Cyber Monday really starts?

  • I have this laptop, and I run into lots of stuff issues with it -> blue screens are regular occurrences (DPC WATCHDOG), Windows Standby issues (more a windows issue), buggy pen as well and terrible wifi and Bluetooth hardware/drivers. Maybe I just got unlucky but buy at your own risk

  • I recently purchased one of these, but with the IPS panel. Be aware that the combination of the OLED panel and touchscreen digitiser will create a very noticeable 'screen door' effect on light backgrounds. This isn't specific to Lenovo, and can also be seen on 2-in-1 laptops with OLED panels from Asus, Dell, etc. Do a bit of research prior to purchasing to determine if this is acceptable for you. Additionally, the OLED panel will drain the battery quicker (although, less so if you utilise dark mode themes).

  • Are there any of these 2 in 1 type form factor laptops with graphics cards that can run some games with decent settings?

  • Anyone buy this online? Why the waiting to ship date so long?

    • Custom built ones are made and shipped from China

  • +1

    Stacks with 20% shopback. This is a great bargain.

  • You can get the https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/lenovo-14-…
    For $1297. Touch and pen included. Got one of these for the daughter starting school next year. Stack with ultimate gift card.

    • How does this compare to the one linked above?

    • so $1200-1300 looks like its normal price at office works then? This might be another case of a retailer bumping up the original price to make it look like a huge discount when it isn't

  • Bought one with the Ryzen 7 upgrade as well as the SSD upgrade to 1TB ($49).

    Cashrewards is offering 15% cashback for those that aren't on Shopback (ends midnight).

  • 1 year warranty only?
    why this one 3 years, https://www.lenovo.com/au/en/p/laptops/thinkpad/thinkpad-z-series/thinkpad-z13-(13-inch-amd)/21d2002uau?

  • I ordered this on the 21st Nov and still waiting for delivery. Does it usually take this long from Lenovo?

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