Lenovo has launched their new midrange laptops with nicer screens

Lenovo’s latest refresh of its midrange IdeaPad Slim 5 laptops adds the option for an OLED display. But the company is making customers choose: they can either take the vibrant 14-inch OLED screen or a larger 16-inch screen but with a less premium IPS LCD display. These new eighth-generation iterations replace the outgoing Slim 5 in 14- and 15.6-inch options but retain the document-friendly 16:10 aspect ratio that makes these effective office / productivity laptops. The 14-inch IdeaPad Slim 5 might be, if anything, the more compelling update from the last generation. It not only has that OLED screen, but it’s also brighter at 400 nits versus 300 on the older one and covers 100 percent of the DCI-P3 colour space. Now, the new 16-inch IdeaPad Slim 5’s screen is no slouch: it covers the same colour space the 14-inch is capable of and also received a brightness bump to 350 nits on its higher-end configuration. The 14-inch versions will be released in European and Asian markets only, where pricing is yet to be announced.