Lenovo Yoga 7 | 2021 Model | 15.6″ FHD Touch Display Laptop ( i5-1135G7, 8GB, 256GB SSD, Intel, W10 )

  • Intel® Core i5-1135G7 Processor (2.40 GHz, up to 4.70 GHz with Turbo Boost)
  • 8 GB DDR4 3200MHz
  • 256GB PCIe SSD
  • Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
  • 15.6″ FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, glossy, touchscreen
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 15h Battery Life

Lenovo Yoga 7i Price in BD & Full Specifications

Brand Lenovo
Model Lenovo Yoga 7
Released Year 2021
Model Number 7
Series Yoga
Sub Series Yoga 7

 

CPU / Processor Intel® Core i5-1135G7 Processor (2.40 GHz, up to 4.70 GHz with Turbo Boost )
Memory 8 GB DDR4 3200MHz
Storage 256 GB PCIe SSD
Graphic Card Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
Display Screen / Design / Resolution 15.6″ FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, glossy, touchscreen
Camera 720p HD
Operation System Windows 10 Home
Battery Up to 15 hours

AC adapter

Network / Connectivity Technology Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 802.11AX (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 5.0
Interface 2x USB-A 3.2 Gen 1

2x USB 4 Type-C (Thunderbolt 4/PowerDelivery / DisplayPort)

Headphone / mic combo

NOVO hole

Dimensions ( H x W x D) 0.71-0.76″ x 14.03″ x 9.28″
Weight Starting at 4.19 lbs (1.9 kg)
Remark 1 Year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty For Parts & Labor

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Design

The sleek gray aluminum chassis of the Lenovo Yoga 7i is a pleasantly premium surprise in an affordable package. The top left corner of this slim aluminum lid sports a glossy silver Yoga logo, while the opposite corner sports a glossy Lenovo logo branded in metal. When I moved to the lip to lift the lid, I discovered that it protrudes slightly to provide a better grip.

There’s even a cool inscription on the lip that reads “Yoga 7 Series.” Unfortunately, lifting the lid requires two hands because I had to hold the deck in place to keep it from falling. The deck is slim and compact, with two speaker vents surrounding the keyboard, a fingerprint reader on the right, and a dark gray touchpad beneath. Because of the webcam notch (which, for the record, I like), the display bezels are extremely thin. Even though the webcam has a privacy shutter, moving it is nearly impossible unless you have long fingernails.

The Lenovo Yoga 7i is a 2-in-1 laptop that can convert to a tent or tablet mode by rotating 360 degrees. However, I discovered that the hinge is somewhat flimsy. If you only want to move the panel a few degrees, you might have some difficulty because it’s a little wobbly. The Yoga 7i is a 14-inch laptop that weighs 3.1 pounds and measures 12.6 x 8.5 x 0.60.7 inches. The Gateway 14.1-inch Ultra Slim Notebook (3.5 pounds, 13.1 x 8.9 x 0.8 inches) and the Asus VivoBook S15 (S533F) (4 pounds, 14.1 x 9.2 x 0.6 inches) are both thick boys.

 

Trackpad and Keyboard.

The Yoga 7i includes an island-style LED backlit keyboard. The keycaps are slate grey and feature white lettering. The cool white backlighting improves key visibility in both dark and brightly lit environments. The intensity of the backlighting can be adjusted by the user, and it can be completely turned off to save battery life. This keyboard provides springy tactile feedback and a generous amount of key travel, resulting in a pleasurable typing experience.

Yogi 7i includes a fingerprint reader right under the arrow key for password-free login. It’s quick and responsive, and it allows me to log in quickly. Moving on to the touchpad, it measures 4.25 by 2.75 inches and is made of premium glass. Its surface is extremely smooth, making scrolling, swiping, and performing various window gestures a pleasure. The touchpad is of reasonable quality. I’ve never had it rattle or shake, and when I click left or right, it always makes a satisfying clicking sound.

 

Audio

With its audio setup, Lenovo is also targeting the content-consumption demographics with this laptop. This Dolby Atmos-certified front-firing speaker system is quite loud, but it falls short in terms of detail when compared to a standalone speaker.

Nonetheless, it outperforms almost every other laptop I’ve used so far. If you turn up the volume to the maximum, the audio begins to sound flat, so I’d recommend keeping it around 75%. Acoustic songs and other less dynamic audio content sound fine even at full volume.Under the Lenovo Vantage app, you can even select from a variety of audio presets.

There are separate optimization modes for various audio experiences, such as movies, music, games, and so on. The Yoga 7i also has a 3.5mm headphone jack for wired input.

 

Battery

In terms of battery capacity, the Lenovo Yoga 7i has a 71-watt-hour Li-Po cell. According to the company, this can last up to 15 hours. While I couldn’t match that level of endurance, I did manage to get 9–9.5 hours of screen time. While I’ve already described my usage pattern, I’d keep the brightness level at 65-70 percent most of the time. So far, I’m pleased with its battery performance.

In terms of charging, Lenovo includes a 65W AC adapter in the box, which takes about 1 hour and 50 minutes to fully charge the laptop. Because either USB-C port on the left supports Power Delivery, you can charge this device with a USB-PD charger. Furthermore, it supports “Rapid Charge,” which guarantees 3 hours of runtime with only 15 minutes of power plugged in. This feature is disabled by default in the Lenovo Vantage toolkit.

However, quickly charging the battery is not always a good idea because it has a direct negative impact on battery health. There is a “Conservation Mode” for this, which maximizes battery lifespan by limiting the charge level to just 55–60 percent even when plugged into a power source.

 

Performance Evaluation

The Yoga 7i is built on the Intel Evo platform and features an 11th generation Core-i7 1165G7 Tiger Lake Quad-Core processor. It has a processor that has a good battery life, a high single-core score, good GPU performance, and better connectivity.

It also has two fewer cores than the previous generation and lacks a dedicated graphics chip. The lack of two cores may not be noticeable on a machine designed primarily for productivity. Don’t get me wrong: it can still easily render 4K videos, but don’t expect stutter-free performance in open-world videogames. This is where the Lenovo YOGA 7i falls short.

The laptop’s Iris Xe GPU chip is capable of running esports titles at low settings, but that’s about it. I believe that an entry-level Nvidia GTX 1650 would have greatly improved this laptop. The laptop’s CPU performance is fairly consistent. It only has one vent underneath the laptop, but it manages to keep it fairly cool. Because of its lightweight design and upward-facing speaker grill, this ultrabook is ideal for media consumption.

The touch screen works flawlessly. Although the display has a refresh rate of only 60 Hz, I believe the touch sampling rate is quite high because the screen response is instant. The YOGA 7i also includes a touch pen. It’s not as responsive as I’d like, but having it included in the box is a big plus. Another significant advantage is that the laptop lasted me an entire day of heavy use at full brightness. Its battery life is easily around 10 hours or more if the brightness is reduced slightly.

 

Future Improvements

Although the Lenovo YOGA laptop is a great value, it does have some flaws. To begin with, the display could have been brighter. A laptop designed for portability must be bright enough to work in direct sunlight. Second, the resolution is limited to 1080p. I understand that it saves power and helps to increase efficiency, but at the very least, I’d like to have the option of a 4K display.

 

Internal Specifications and Features

The Intel Core i5-1135G7 4-core/8-thread processor in this machine runs at a 2.4GHz base clock and a 4.2GHz turbo clock (3.8GHz for the all-core turbo clock ceiling). There is a 500 MHz gap between the Core i5-1135G7 and the Core i7-1165G7 at the upper end of the single-core turbo frequency spectrum, and a 600 MHz gap between it and the Core i7-1185G7.

That means there will inevitably be a performance hit in some applications, though as our benchmarks show on the following page, the difference is not always significant. In addition, 12GB of DDR4-3200 memory is soldered to the motherboard in this economical SKU. It has an unusual capacity compared to the more common 8GB and 16GB options. In terms of storage, this Yoga comes with a 512GB NVMe SSD, which is a significant increase over the service line amount (256GB) on the Yoga 7i series. For all intents and purposes, this is an upper mid-range configuration at a very reasonable price.

All of these components, particularly the Tiger Lake CPU, contribute to the Intel Evo certification of this laptop. To be Evo certified, a laptop must meet Intel’s strict criteria. Of these, Intel anticipates certifying approximately two dozen designs by the end of the class, of which the Yoga 7i is one. Intel’s second-generation target specifications also included Thunderbolt 4 and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity to the Evo recipe, both of which are also featured on the Yoga 7i.

 

Experience and Software Utilities

The pre-installed Lenovo Vantage utility program serves as your gateway to a variety of resources and assistance, such as looking up driver updates, viewing your warranty details, and performing other housework. It is divided into four sections: Dashboard, Device, Security, and Support, each with its own sub-sections, and you should spend some time getting acquainted with the layout. The Device > Power section, in particular, deserves special attention.

While not exactly intuitive (we had to look for it), this is where you can adjust the “Power Smart” settings to balance the noise and cooling with operation. You have three options: extreme performance (the default), intelligent cooling, and battery saver.

 

Summary

When looking for a laptop that can do everything you need it to, you’ll have to choose between paying a lot of money and sacrificing some features in the name of affordability. The Lenovo Yoga 7i (14-inch), on the other hand, strikes a good balance between a premium device and an affordable price.

The Yoga 7i packs excellent performance, a long battery life, powerful speakers, and a vibrant 14-inch display into a premium chassis. The display is a little dim, there aren’t many ports, and the keyboard and touchpad are mediocre.

 

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