Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro AI Ultrabook 2024 will be quiet

Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro AI Ultrabook 2024 will be quiet

Lenovo is getting ready to launch the Xiaoxin Pro AI Ultrabook 2024, and it promises to be a powerful source of productivity. We heard about some of the key features of this device early last week, including the use of new Core Ultra processors. Another key feature confirmed today is the introduction of an improved “Fengshen cooling system”.

Cooling fans achieve a noise level of only 17 dBA

The cooling system includes high-performance 3D composite heatpipes that provide excellent thermal conductivity. To increase efficiency, multi-dimensional air channels are integrated, specifically designed to reduce the temperature in the keyboard area. This approach to cooling promises increased productivity without compromising user comfort.

An outstanding feature of the device is its ability to achieve a noise level of only 17 dBA. Although it was recorded at the minimum fan speed in the power saving mode.

Lenovo introduces the Xiaoxin Pro AI Ultrabook 2024 as the first batch to feature the new Intel Core Ultra processors. Positioned as a challenge to the thin and light Core Ultra platform, this laptop boasts unmatched performance, scalability, and battery life. Users can choose from 32GB of RAM combined with a 1TB SSD. In addition, the laptop has a reserved M.2 2280 slot, which provides the potential for expanding capacity up to 5 TB.

Lenovo meets the need for extended use with an updated battery with a capacity of 84 Wh, which is significantly more than the previous model, which had 75 Wh. As a result, the battery life in local mode reaches 23.2 hours, and in the simulated mode of normal use – 10.3 hours. The laptop supports 100W PD fast charging and 140W Lenovo ultra-fast charging. It comes with a 100W GaN adapter with a three-pin plug.

Thus, the Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro AI Ultrabook 2024 combines advanced cooling systems, powerful processors, and long battery life.


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