Lenovo already launched the new Yoga Slim 7 Pro
with a 14" 16:10 2880x1800 400nit 90Hz
display which is unheard of and the first of its kind and the article you wrote about it
had the "XPS 13" on the title, it wasn't even specifically for the Yoga you talked about in the body of the article but you for sure had to include that tasty "XPS 13" on the title for some click, right? This is why you're biased and totally shitty. That laptop even comes with an R9 4900H
which of course will obliterate any new mobile cpu (including the new apple arm cpus) even if it would be configured with a lower tdp of around 30W or so (for a more fair comparison even against the current 10th gen intel configs). A fully metal build, quite thin and modern bezels making the laptop very modern, relatively thin body considering its internals, big 61whr battery considering the laptop's dimensions, the integrated vega gpu is on par with the 25W Nvidia MX350, and a lot of other features. This is the real laptop improvement which for a lot of people is the most adequate and guess what's best part? The base config with an R5 4600H, a 2240x1400 300 nit display, 8 gb lpddr4x, 256gb nvme pciegen3x4 costs 799Euro including VAT.
For those who are interested, there's also the intel tiger lake+ nvidia mx450 25w model - the Yoga Slim 7i Pro which also has tb4 support on those 2 usb c ports. Although the i7 1165G7 only has those sad 4 cores 8 threads that don't compare even with the base amd config with - r6 4500H, it is an ok alternative for those who want tb4 and the benefits of an intel cpu and nvidia d-gpu.
Of course, seeing an article of a laptop whose logo has a bitten apple will guarantee at least a couple of clicks that will make some ads load and so you'll get some revenue but if there's a "Lenovo" in the title of your article, there won't be enough clicks. "oMg tHe nEw ArM maC pc woWwWw" - this is how bad you sound, like we've never seen a pc with a desktop OS that has an arm cpu before. Even microsoft did it a while ago but Microsoft isn't as popular as Apple when it comes to laptops, right?