Intel Meteor Lake Core Ultra processors spotted in Yoga Pro 7 ultra-light laptops
Lenovo Yoga laptops become the first known products featuring the Core Ultra series to be listed by retailers.
This is certainly not the first product known to feature Intel’s new CPU series; however, this is the first product to be listed by retailers. Bulgarian retailer has not only listed the upcoming 14th Gen Core HX series for gaming laptops, there are also Core Ultra processors based on Meteor Lake architecture.
Notably, there are only two systems available with the Core Ultra 5 125H and Core Ultra 7 155H processors. The former combines 4 P-Cores, 8 E-Cores, and 2 LP-Cores, providing 14 cores and 18 threads. The latter features the full Meteor Lake die with a 16-core and 22-thread processor configured with 6 P-Cores, 8 E-Cores, and 2 LP-Cores. According to rumors, the 155H is expected to reach a maximum clock speed of 4.8 GHz, while the 125H should offer a maximum clock speed of 4.5 GHz.
Regarding the pricing, the less expensive laptop is priced at $1,396, while the one with more cores is expected to cost around $1,595. It’s worth noting that the Yoga Pro 7 is not designed for budget-conscious consumers. It boasts a 14.5-inch screen with a 3K resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate, which is likely the same display used by the AMD Ryzen 7000 system, known as the PureSight IPS display. Additionally, these specific systems come with 32GB of preinstalled DDR5 memory and 1TB of storage.
Upcoming Lenovo Yoga Pro 7 systems
- LENOVO YOGA Pro 7 Intel Core Ultra 7 155H 14.5inch 3k 400N 120Hz Touch 32GB DDR5 1TB PCIe W11H Tidal Teal 2y
- LENOVO YOGA Pro 7 Intel Core Ultra 5 125H 14.5inch 3k 400N 120Hz Touch 32GB DDR5 1TB PCIe DOS Luna Grey 2y
It’s worth mentioning that the same store has also listed upcoming Legion systems equipped with the 14th series Core HX variants, featuring a 55W TDP. These CPUs are paired with high-end discrete graphics, including the RTX 4070, 4080, and 4090 series from NVIDIA.
Officially, Intel’s Meteor Lake is set to be released on December 14th, which makes this preliminary listing approximately 1.5 months ahead of schedule. Intel has also confirmed that Meteor Lake CPUs are already being shipped to PC manufacturers, indicating that we can anticipate a full product launch with availability on the first day. It’s worth noting that the Core Ultra 7 165H and Ultra 9 185H CPUs have not made an appearance yet. These were rumored to be arriving next year.
|Intel Core Ultra 100 (Meteor Lake)|
|Base Clock||Boost Clocks|
|Meteor Lake-H (45W)|
|Core Ultra 9 185H|
|Core Ultra 7 165H|
|Core Ultra 7 155H|
|Core Ultra 5 135H|
|Core Ultra 5 125H|
|Meteor Lake-U15 (15W)|
|Core Ultra 7 155U||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|Core Ultra 5 125U||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|Meteor Lake-U9 (9W)|
|Core Ultra 7 164U||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|Core Ultra 5 134U||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|