Earlier, Lenovo announced an update to its Creator creation product line, which focuses on the Yoga Creator 7 models below. As a 15.6-inch “budget- Nvidia Studio” laptop, it’s primarily aimed at creators who don’t pursue extreme performance and expensive configurations. The screen covers 100% sRGB color gamut snare with An Intel 10 Generation Core processor, complemented by Nvidia GeForce standalone GPUs and Nvidia Studio drivers.
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Pre-installed Nvidia Studio drivers mean that the machine is certified by a dedicated ISV. For the duration, the official nominal value is 13 hours, while the Yoga Creator 7 supports fast charging.
The new machine also supports Lenovo’s Q-Control technology to improve performance and invoke intelligent cooling solutions when necessary (automatically adjusts fan speed based on workload to optimize battery life).
As a leading-performance laptop, it also comes with an infrared webcam compatible with Windows Hello, a fingerprint scanner, an optional Wi-Fi 6 wireless card, Dolby Panorama certified speakers, and remote-field microphones compatible with Amazon Alexa and Microsoft Cortana.
Despite a 15.6-inch screen, the Lenovo Yoga Creator 7 weighs just 1.9 kg and is 16.4 mm thick, down from the mainstream 15.6-inch laptop, which is still attractive to creators.
In addition, Lenovo released the IdeaPad Creator 5. As a 15.6-inch laptop for the mainstream market, it comes with an IPS display, an Intel 10 Generation Core processor, and a Nvidia GeForce GPU plus Studio driver.
For storage, the machine supports up to 16 GB of DDR4 memory plus 1 TB PCIe SSD. The IdeaPad Creator 5 weighs 2.2 kg and has a nominal 8-hour battery life, in line with the mainstream 15.6-inch model on the market.
Finally, Lenovo plans to launch the Yoga Creator 7 and IdeaPad Creator 5 models in specific markets, but there are no plans to bring them to the North American market.