Lenovo unveiled the R9000X tiny and light gaming notebook this afternoon at the ChinaJoy 2021 event. This notebook has a slim and light metal body design, with a thickness of 15.9mm and a weight of 1.94 kilos, taking into account both appearance and performance. The AMD Ryzen R7-5800H processor has been installed in the notebook. The Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics card is used, and the starting price is 8499 yuan.
The product’s CPU can deliver up to 65W of power, and the RTX 3060 graphics card can deliver up to 100W of power. With a built-in 10mm broad heat pipe and four air outlets, the notebook’s overall performance is around 125W. Furthermore, the product comes standard with 16GB memory + 512GB solid-state drive.
The Lenovo Saver R9000X notebook has a 15.6-inch screen with a resolution of 25601440, a refresh rate of 165Hz, and a chromatic gamut that covers 100% of the sRGB color space. This screen supports Dolby Vision, DC dimming, and G-Sync/FreeSync Premium technology and has a reaction time as low as 3ms.
The product includes Lenovo’s Dual-Direct GFX technology, which can transition between mixed output, independent display, and direct connection, taking into account battery life and game performance while preventing the display from dragging down the number of game frames.
A numeric keypad and full-height arrow keys are also included on the product keyboard. The device has 100W PD charging, M.2 hard disk sockets that are reserved internally, and additional memory slots. The built-in WiFi 6 wireless network card has a capacity of 71Wh, and the laptop battery has a capacity of 71Wh. Lenovo’s new R9000X notebook will be formally unveiled in the near future, according to IT Home.