At tonight's Lenovo savior conference, Lenovo also launched the Geek Pro G5000 entry-level e-sports edition, which is greatly reduced in price, but provides a good performance experience.
First of all, in the appearance design, the GeekPro G5000 as an entry-level product, the fuselage does not use all-metal design, but composite materials, but this can also reduce the weight accordingly, the whole machine is about 2.4kg, which is obviously lighter than Y7000P/Y9000P.
The GeekPro G5000 uses a 15.6-inch display screen, which accounts for 85% of the screen.Compared with high-end products is a little lower, but the display parameters are good, with 2560 to 1440 resolution, 350nits brightness 100%, sRPG high color gamut, support 162Hz high brush, DC dimming, G-SYNC.
Keyboard design is to maintain the same specifications as the flagship, using the TrueStrike original keyboard, full-size layout, and there are large directional keys, 1.5mm key range, for the game party experience is not bad.
In terms of core configuration, GeekPro G5000 can choose i7-13700H and i5-13500H, and graphics cards also have NVIDIA RTX 4060 (115W) and NVIDIA RTX 4050 (95W), which is enough to meet the needs of entry-level game parties.
GeekPro G5000 uses Frost Blade G cooling system, equipped with high-performance composite heat pipe, graphite heat conduction material, keyboard air intake mode.
Comes with 16GB DDR5 5200 dual-channel memory, 1TB PCIe4.0 SSD, and expandable space.
In terms of power supply, the GeekPro G5000 has a built-in 60Wh high-capacity battery with a 170W adapter, which supports 140W fast charging like the flagship and is compatible with 100W PD fast charging.
In terms of price, the initial launch of the GeekPro G5000 will start at 6999 yuan and the version of i7-13700H+NVIDIA RTX 4060 will go on sale at 12:00 on March 26th.
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