Lenovo Yoga 13w Gen 2 with Ryzen 7000 series APUs announced

And it’s not coming until April 2023, so just sit down a bit.

Lenovo recently announced the Yoga 13w, a compact notebook with Ryzen 7000-series APU. It is actually a refreshed version of the previous Yoga 13w with Ryzen 5000-series APUs. As part of the Yoga series, it’s specifically designed to have a 360-degree rotatable screen and be lightweight. Its display measures 13.3 inches although the company did not mention the weight in its press release. Lenovo said that this new series of laptops are geared towards students.

Because the laptops are based on an AMD Cezanne APU like its predecessor, we’re likely going to see the Ryzen 5-7530u and the Ryzen 7-7730U processors. The performance difference should be marginal if this is the case.

The display now possesses a Corning Gorilla Glass Victus protection. It also has stylus support and up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB SSD storage. It features a 1080p webcam and two 5MP rear cameras

There is a 51wH battery inside, typical for a laptop its size, that is charged via the usual 65W plug. Windows Hello face recognition and fingerprint reading are available and also has a backlit keyboard. It also comes with an optional LTE connectivity.

Its ports include:

  • 1x HDMI
  • 2x USB-A
  • 2x USB-C
  • 1x SD Card Reader
  • Kensington Lock
  • 1x 3.5mm audio jack

It is bound for production this April but Lenovo did not mention any prices yet. If we’re taking a look at the previous Yoga 13w, the price should be similar. Storage options are not available yet either.

Source: GizmoChina, Notebook Check