Intel Arc A370M laptops are now available for preorder in US, New Zealand and Australia

Published: 3rd Jun 2022, 14:47 GMT   Comments

Intel Arc A370M is no longer South Korea exclusive, laptops now available for preoders in US, NZ and AUS

HP Envy with 16-inch screen at 1,400 USD, Lenovo costs 2730 AUD. 

Intel Arc A370M laptops are finally launching in different regions. This discrete graphics card based on full ACM-G11 GPU with 8 Xe-Cores is an entry-level GPU, but as shown in first reviews, still gaming capable.

In the United States one can finally preorder HP Envy laptop with Intel Alder Lake Core i5-12500H CPU and Intel Arc A370M graphics. For 1,400 USD, you will be getting 16GB of DDR5-4800 memory and 512GB NVMe store. Furthermore, this system comes with a 16-inch 120 Hz IPS panel with 400 nits.

HP Envy 16 with Intel Arc A370M, Source: HP

According to official HP website, the orders will be shipped on July 1st.

In Australia and New Zealand there is a Yoga 7i Gen7 16-inch EVO laptop now listed for 2730 AUD and 3000 NZD respectively. Interestingly this laptop has nearly identical specs to the HP Envy, including a 16-inch screen, the exact same i5-12500H processor, 16GB DDR5 memory and 0.5 TB storage. More importantly, there is Intel Arc A370M on board.

Yoga 7i Gen7 16-inch EVO with Intel Arc A370M, Source: Lenovo

Lenovo estimates that shipment of these laptops will start in 10 weeks, so a bit later than HP. This applies to orders from both New Zealand and Australia.

Source: HP (US), Lenovo (AU), Lenovo (NZ) via @momomo_us




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