Today, Lenovo announced several devices aimed at creators, including the Yoga Creator 7, the IdeaPad Creator 5, and the IdeaCentre Creator 5.
At the high end is the Yoga Creator 7, which includes Intel's new 10th-generation H-series processors, along with Nvidia GeForce GPUs with Studio drivers. Coming in a color called Dark moss, it also includes a 15.6-inch FHD display with 100% sRGB color gamut that has Pantone Matching System colors. For sound, the speakers are tuned for Dolby Atmos.
It weighs in at only 4.18 pounds, coming in at 0.64 inches thin. Unfortunately, the Yoga Creator 7 will not be available in North America.
Both the IdeaPad Creator 5 and the IdeaCentre Creator 5 are meant to be a bit more mainstream. Like the Yoga, the IdeaPad has a 10th-gen Core i7, a 15.6-inch FHD screen, Nvidia Geforce GPUs with Studio drivers, and more. It weighs in at 4.85 pounds, and once again, it's not coming to North America.
The IdeaCentre Creator 5 is meant to be quiet, but it also includes up to a Core i9 and an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060. Like the laptops, it comes in a Dark Moss color. The IdeaCentre Creator 5 will arrive in October, starting at $1,099.99.
Lenovo also introduced a couple of new monitors, including the Qreator 27 and the Lenovo Q27h. Both of them have 27-inch screens, with the former being a 4K 60Hz screen with narrow bezels and 98% DCI-P3 and the latter being a QHD 75Hz screen with 99% Adobe sRGB. The Qreator 27 will arrive in March for $899.99, and the Q27h will arrive in April for $349.99.