Lenovo teases the Yoga Pro 13s Carbon, a sub-1 kg ultrabook with a 16:10 aspect ratio and Tiger Lake processors
Lenovo unveiled a suite of new devices yesterday, without warning. These included the Yoga 6 and Yoga Slim 7 Pro, which feature AMD APUs, along with the Tiger Lake-powered Yoga 7i, Yoga Slim 7i and Yoga Slim 7i Pro. Many of these devices had already been leaked last month or in June thanks to the work of Twitter account WalkingCat.
One device that did not make the cut for yesterday was the Yoga Slim 7 Carbon, which we have also seen referred to as the Yoga Carbon (13"). Based on past leaks, this device combines a 13.3-inch and 2,560 x 1,600 pixel display with Tiger Lake processors. The 16:10 aspect ratio device supposedly covers 100% of the sRGB colour space and has a 50 Wh battery for up to 16 hours of battery life.
While the device is yet to be announced globally, Lenovo has unveiled it as the Yoga Pro 13s Carbon in China. As past leaks have suggested, the device weighs less than 1 kg and will be available in white. We imagine that Lenovo will unveil the Yoga Pro 13s Carbon globally soon, although it is unclear when.