Lenovo Slim Pro 7 is now $300, and it's an offer you don't really want to miss

Slim Pro 7 is quite a versatile device.

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Lenovo Slim Pro 7

I don’t know what’s going on with Lenovo, but the tech giant is currently having incredible discounts. Earlier today, we found out the company is offering the amazing ThinkPad T14s at a staggering $1500 discount, bringing the laptop from its expensive $$2,429 to only $900.

Of course, nothing can beat that one, and it is probably the deal of the year so far, but the Slim Pro 7 is also quite close. The laptop, originally priced at $1,199, is now just $899, and you should consider it, especially if you have the budget.

Why? Well, it comes with an impressive AMD Ryzen 7 7735HS Processor, with 8 cores and 16 threads, perfect for all sorts of tasks, from creative ones to even light gaming. Its 14.5″ 90Hz Display with 350 nits features a 16:10 2560 x 1600 resolution, so that’s more than enough space to organize everything you need.

Lenovo Slim Pro 7 also has 16GB of RAM for editing videos and pictures and working on the move. The RAM and the display will serve you well if you want to play a bit of gaming on the side because Lenovo Slim Pro 7 has a dedicated 6GB NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphic card that can support many of the current games on medium to high settings.

The laptop comes pre-installed with Windows 11 and Copilot, so you can access those AI capabilities for almost everything you need. The offer also includes 3 free months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate because you’ll want to use the Lenovo Slim Pro 7 to play gaming.

The only downside is its 512 SSD, which, by current standards, is not much. Given that just Windows 11 takes a great deal of space, you won’t have much space left to install games, for instance. But maybe that’s a good thing: Lenovo Slim Pro 7 is not a gaming laptop, even if it has the capabilities.

You’ll be more productive knowing you don’t have an array of games (through that sweet Xbox Games Pass) at your disposal.

You can get it here.

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