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Lenovo Yoga 7 16 Gen 7 review: Massive 16-inch convertible laptop

Started by Redaktion, August 03, 2022, 00:50:32

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NikoB

Quote from: RobertJasiek on August 05, 2022, 08:24:55Some people are farsighted while others are shortsighted; this difference explains why different people can perceive different pixel densities. Some may need 400ppi, others may be already happy with 200ppi if they cannot tell the difference to 400ppi.
A person with normal vision (and even with glasses) instantly sees a radically the best picture on 15.6" panel, if you set two version for it person with FHD and True 4K panels beside. I see instantly and the desire to use the FHD panel instantly disappears.

In the same way, if a person has everything ok with reactions, he instantly sees the difference as a picture in the dynamics on the "60Hz" panel with a response below 10ms and more than 30ms.

These statements are easily checked in any retail shop with their own eyes.

Anyone who instantly does not see the difference between the panel with 45-46% NTSC and 72%+ - by the definition of color blind. As far as I know, about 2 men from 10 color piles in the world and 1 woman out of 10. But this does not cancel the unfortunate fact that the cunning manufacturer uses the complete illiteracy of people to the panels in laptops, on which it is even impossible to see the pictures shot from the smartphone, not to mention About some serious work with color. Is it normal when cheap smartphones, almost all, without exception, have more than 90% SRGB, and a lot of laptops in the market, which is especially parasite - "game series" shameful screens with 45-46% and fake "60Hz", "120Hz" (this class is especially fake), etc.

Take the same ASUS TUF 2021 - there were no panels at all except fake "120Hz" with shameful color reproduction for 45-46% NTSC. Well, etc and huge response for true 120Hz class. Selling a "gaming laptop" that can not even draw 60FPS without disruption of synchronization is nonsense! What can be for example, the autosimulator games, if such a slow panel with response >16ms? I'm not even talking about collective games on the network, there with such a panel you can simply forget about competition and winning - even if the SoC and the GPU are formally get 100fps+, no sense on such a panel from this (from the point of view of the control circuit PC+human (I don't even talk about the inputlag for panel). Then why do people are plowing this stagnant garbage in warehouses?


Revachol

Discussions about ppi aside does anyone here have an educated guess as to whether the larger battery on the model with the Intel GPU would actually result in improved battery life? Lenovo apparently claims a longer runtime for their 1080p video playback test but a shorter one for Mobile Mark 18. I'm interested in this laptop but would be using it for university where I sometimes don't have access to wall power for extended periods of time. That 8h benchmark just for websurfing is a potential dealbreaker for me

Dorby

@Revachol

Unlikely because long runtimes usually require "U-series" laptop CPU, and also because 71Wh battery capacity is way too small for a 16 inch laptop. LG Gram 16 2-in-1 and Asus ZenBook Flip UX564 are good alternatives that can get comfortable full-day battery life.

Revachol

@Dorby

Thanks. As I understand it the Yoga 7i with the Arc 370m has a 99 Wh battery but I'm guessing the GPU + Intel H series chip will eat right through that anyway. I will probably go with either last gen's LG Gram or the Inspiron 7620 which also seems have pretty good battery life. The Asus doesn't seem to be available in my region.

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