News Lenovo IdeaPad 5 Pro is a MacBook Pro rival with AMD Ryzen power

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There are some mistakes there, the IdeaPad 5 Pro doesn't support Thunderbolt 4, and it max-out at 32GB RAM, not 16GB.
 

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Exactly, but they put it on the "IdeaPad 5 Pro" table, which is the AMD version as it's already clear by the CPU list on the table, the Intel version (the IdeaPad 5i Pro) isn't listed on the spec. table. Actually, the whole article seems to focus on the AMD version (the 5 Pro) not the Intel version (the 5i Pro)
 
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