Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 27 All-In-One PC launches with Intel Arc A370M and up to an Intel Core i7-12700H
Lenovo has launched the Xiaoxin Pro 27, an all-in-one PC that relies on Intel Alder Lake-H series processors and Intel Arc Graphics. Specifically, Lenovo offers the Xiaoxin Pro 27 with the Core i5-12500H and Core i7-12700H, both 45 W parts that feature efficiency and performance cores. For reference, the Core i5-12500H has 12 cores and 16 threads, compared to the 14 cores and 20 threads that the Core i7-12700H contains.
Additionally, Lenovo equips the Xiaoxin Pro 27 with Intel Arc A370M, an entry-level graphics card based on the ACM-G11 GPU. Possessing eight Xe cores and eight ray tracing units, the Intel Arc A370M also has 4 GB of GDDR6 VRAM and relies on a 6 nm node. Supposedly, the Intel Arc A370M could prove more powerful than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050, with Lenovo advertising the Xiaoxin Pro 27 as being capable of achieving 110 FPS and 152 FPS in CS:GO and League of Legends at 2K, respectively. Lenovo claims that the Xiaoxin Pro 27 and its Intel Arc A370M has the edge over a Core i7-11800H and an RTX 3050 in professional applications too, such as Davinci Resolve.
Elsewhere, the Xiaoxin Pro 27 has a 2,560 x 1,440-pixel display running at 100 Hz and dual 5 W speakers tuned by JBL. Incidentally, Lenovo has included a 2.5K pop-up webcam as well, keeping the display's top bezel clean and without interruptions. The Xiaoxin Pro 27 is already orderable in China, as is the smaller Xiaoxin Pro 24, discussed separately. At launch, the Xiaoxin Pro 27 starts at CNY 6,499 (~US$963) with a Core i5-12500H, 16 GB of RAM and a 1 TB SSD. Alternatively, the company offers the machine with a Core i7-12700H and the same memory configuration for CNY 7,499 (~US$1,111). Unfortunately, it remains to be seen whether Lenovo plans to sell the Xiaoxin Pro 27 outside China.