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The Lenovo Slim 7 Can be Configured with Ryzen 4000 Series CPUs

It is one of the first laptops that can be configured with AMD’s 4th-generation Ryzen CPUs

For 2020, Lenovo updates its 14-inch Slim 7 by offering an option for AMD’s Ryzen 4000 series CPUs. AMD has yet announced full details on its 4th-generation Ryzen CPUs save for its use of Zen2 architecture and 7nm process, though this option saves you at least $360(~Php 18.4k) compared to the 10th-generation Intel Core variant.

Processor difference aside, common specs include up to 16GB RAM, up to 1TB SSD, 14-inch full HD display, and a decent set of ports: one Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port, two USB 3.1 ports, SD card reader, HDMI port, and headphone jack. Optional upgrades include a fabric cover, Geforce MX series GPUs, and a 4K display.

The Slim 7 starts at $850(~Php 43.4k) for the AMD models and $1210(~Php 61.7k) for the Intel models and will be available this April.

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