An all-in-one computer from Lenovo called the Xiaoxin Pro 27 uses Intel Alder Lake-H series processors and Intel Arc Graphics. Lenovo specifically offers the Core i5-12500H and Core i7-12700H, both 45 W components with efficiency and performance cores, for the Xiaoxin Pro 27. For comparison, the Core i5-12500H has 12 cores and 16 threads, while the Core i7-12700H has 14 cores and 20 threads.
Additionally, Lenovo includes an entry-level graphics card based on the ACM-G11 GPU, the Intel Arc A370M, with the Xiaoxin Pro 27. The Intel Arc A370M uses a 6 nm node and features four gigabytes of GDDR6 VRAM in addition to having eight Xe cores and eight ray tracing units.
According to Lenovo, the Xiaoxin Pro 27 can achieve 110 FPS and 152 FPS in CS:GO and League of Legends at 2K, respectively, suggesting that the Intel Arc A370M may wind up being more potent than the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050.
Lenovo asserts that in professional apps like Davinci Resolve, the Xiaoxin Pro 27 and an Intel Arc A370M outperform a Core i7-11800H and an RTX 3050.
The Xiaoxin Pro 27 also features twin JBL-tuned 5 W speakers and a 2,560 x 1,440-pixel display operating at 100 Hz. In addition, Lenovo has added a 2.5K pop-up webcam to keep the top bezel of the display clear and uncluttered. The smaller Xiaoxin Pro 24, which is covered separately, as well as the Xiaoxin Pro 27 are already available for purchase in China.
The Xiaoxin Pro 27 starts at CNY 6,499 (about US$963) at launch and is equipped with a Core i5-12500H, 16 GB of RAM, and a 1 TB SSD. For CNY 7,499 (about $1,111), the business also offers the system with a Core i7-12700H and the same memory setup. Sadly, it is unknown whether Lenovo intends to market the Xiaoxin Pro 27 outside of China.
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