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King of Yogas 7i 16" 2-in-1 i7-12700H, 16G RAM, 1TB SSD, Arc A370M 4GB GDDR6, 100Wh Battery $1318 + 6% CB via Rakuten

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TerrorByte wrote: I can't seem to apply the YOGADEALS coupon on this one either.

This is such a good deal though, but I really need another storage option since I'm planning to use the PCIe4 slot for something else.
Otherwise the only downside is the screen is 60Hz I think, but otherwise what a great price for a 12700H, DDR5 RAM, 2.5K OLED screen, 1TB PCIe4 SSD, etc.
Where is the OLED screen?
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Where can I generate fake university I'd card online just for these deals? I tried to upload my expired uoft card but failed verification
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GoKartRacer wrote: You get an upgrade every year?
Yep, my old laptop is given to one of the tier3 tech guy. Sysadmin always get the new shit :D
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TerrorByte wrote: I can't seem to apply the YOGADEALS coupon on this one either.

This is such a good deal though, but I really need another storage option since I'm planning to use the PCIe4 slot for something else.
Otherwise the only downside is the screen is 60Hz I think, but otherwise what a great price for a 12700H, DDR5 RAM, 2.5K OLED screen, 1TB PCIe4 SSD, etc.
The display is IPS.
Display: 16.0" WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS, glossy, touchscreen with Dolby Vision™, 400 nits
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this will just kill a comparables from apple with two TB.
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TerrorByte wrote: I can't seem to apply the YOGADEALS coupon on this one either.

This is such a good deal though, but I really need another storage option since I'm planning to use the PCIe4 slot for something else.
Otherwise the only downside is the screen is 60Hz I think, but otherwise what a great price for a 12700H, DDR5 RAM, 2.5K OLED screen, 1TB PCIe4 SSD, etc.
Dealer123456779 wrote: The display is IPS.
Display: 16.0" WQXGA (2560 x 1600) IPS, glossy, touchscreen with Dolby Vision™, 400 nits
and limited to 60 Hz refresh rate

from Lenovo Yoga 7 16 Gen 7 review: Massive 16-inch convertible laptop
https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-Yo ... 573.0.html
Display — No 90 Hz or 120 Hz options
HWiNFO reports a similar 16:10 LEN160WQXGA IPS panel as found on the IdeaPad 5 Pro 16IHU6. In reality, however, the displays are quite different between two. For one, our Yoga model is limited to a native 60 Hz refresh rate compared to 120 Hz on the IdeaPad. Secondly, response times are much slower on our Yoga. Colors and contrast are otherwise close between the two models. It's still disappointing to find that the display on an IdeaPad is superior to the display on our Yoga even thought the Yoga series is supposed to be a step up from the IdeaPad series.
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Can’t get the YOGADEALS code to work. Deal is dead?
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I would have jumped on this, but 16" is too big...would have loved something in the 13-14" range :(
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doubleA wrote: I would have jumped on this, but 16" is too big...would have loved something in the 13-14" range :(
The size made me hesitate as well... I need something to commute with and 16" is a lot to haul around.

That said, I think the CPU and GPU in this laptop would generate a lot of heat for a 13"-14" frame. I suspect you'd end up with very noisy fans or constant thermal throttling if those components were crammed even closer together.

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