Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13, a 2.5k fullscreen powerhouse, lets you say goodbye to the slag screen



Lenovo Xiaoxin Pro 13, a 2.5k fullscreen powerhouse, lets you say goodbye to the slag screen

[PC Line Review] As the saying goes, the screen is well-selected, after the first hours of work, the screen is not well-selected, and the office is very upset. For the author, repairing drawings and rushing to a prescription is always a must. When leaders explain tasks, the mantra is often "easy repair", "do it accidentally", "it's not difficult". The screen computer, under normal circumstances, I'll change it twenty times!

In fact, as a laptop screen image output device, its quality has a profound impact on the user's visual experience and user experience, especially for those of us who often need to deal with photos and videos. Live A screen that can display perfect colors can definitely enhance office performance.

Recently, for some "work" reasons, I temporarily tried Lenovo's latest Xiaoxon Pro 13 notebook. It was fully equipped with a 2.5K QHD high-definition screen. Below, I will share with you my recent experience.

Narrow bezel full screen large screen ratio.

1.       Narrow bezel full screen large screen ratio.


In recent years, the design of tight bezels has been very popular both in mobile phones and computers.

However, most notebook computers can only get tight aspects in three sides, and mainstream products are primarily at 80% screen ratio. The Lenovo Xiaoxon Pro 13 has got a full screen design with tight borders all around. The chin has shrunk and shrunk, and the screen size ratio has been changed directly to 16:10, with a screen ratio of 90%.