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A rotating soundbar, a cinematic OLED display, and Intel 12th Generation silicon make Lenovo’s Yoga 9i Gen 7 a multimedia marvel among Jual Laptop Lenovo 14-inch 2-in-1 convertible laptops.
Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon Review
Its keyboard is a little shy of ThinkPad standards, but Lenovo’s IdeaPad Slim 7 Carbon is a 14-inch ultraportable with a Toko Laptop Lenovo Medan dazzling OLED display for hundreds less than competitors.
Lenovo Legion 7 Gen 6 (AMD) Review
The Intel version of Lenovo’s deluxe 16-inch gaming laptop is richer in features, but this AMD Ryzen-based Legion is an excellent performer that gets Distributor Laptop Lenovo Medan much better battery life.
Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 Review
Adding a 12-inch E Ink screen to the back of an above-average business laptop like the Lenovo ThinkBook Plus Gen 2 is a cool idea, if not a slam-dunk practical one.
Lenovo ThinkBook 13x Review
Lenovo’s trim ThinkBook 13x is an enticing-enough ultraportable for home offices and small businesses, though ultimately it’s less practical than the company’s quite similar ThinkBook 13s Gen dua.
Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14 Review
The Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14 is a knockout budget laptop, with excellent performance and a bevy of terbaru trappings that almost make you forget it rings up at less than $600.
Lenovo Legion 7i Gen 6 Review
Loud and proud, Lenovo’s Legion 7i offers unsurpassed gaming performance and a fantastic screen—provided you can put up with short battery life and noisy cooling Harga Laptop Lenovo Medan fans.
Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Gen 2 Review
A first-rate, slightly cheaper alternative to flagship ThinkPads, Lenovo’s ThinkPad X13 Gen dua is a slim, good-looking business ultraportable that meets the IT requirements of large enterprises.
Lenovo IdeaPad 1 14 Review
Lenovo’s IdeaPad 1 14 proves that you can have a decent, and even enjoyable, Windows 10 experience on an under-$300 laptop, as long as you don’t need USB-C ports and can make do with a basic processor.