Ultra thin and efficient at the same time. The specification of the Schenker Vision 16 is hard to believe

The presented Schenker Vision 16 laptops are designed to impress with their compact size despite the efficient components

When you combine a GeForce RTX 3080 and a 14-core processor (here an Intel Core i7-12700H with 6 Performance cores), you might have serious doubts that a laptop would be this thin, but the Schenker Vision 16 does it by being even lighter from Apple’s MacBook Pro 14. It’s worth pointing out at the outset that both the Vision 16 and the Pro model use Clevo barebones, so they’re not all that original designs.

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In terms of dimensions, the Vision 16 models from Schenker are slightly thicker than the MacBook Pro models (17.1 vs. 16.8 mm), but their weight is even lower than the MacBook Pro 14 variant. These ultrabooks are packed in magnesium 354 x 245 x17.1 mm body and 1.45 kg weight in the non-GPU version. However, only 50 grams add to the presence of the GeForce RTX 3050 Ti or 150 grams for the more powerful model (GeForce RTX 3060 6 GB, RTX 3070 Ti 8 GB or RTX 3080). That means there aren’t that many (if any) changes on the cooling side based on three heatpipes and two fans between the two models, which seems to be saying a lot.

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Moving on to the specs, the aforementioned Core i7-12700H processor can be paired with the aforementioned NVIDIA GPU (or left out entirely) and up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 (Vision 16) or DDR5-4800 (Vision Pro 16) memory and two M2-2280 drives. with a PCIe 4.0 × 4 interface. On the display side, the cheaper (from 1,549 euros) model has an LCD screen with a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600, a brightness of 350 nits and a refresh rate of 90 Hz, and the more expensive (from 1,899 euros) Vision 16 The Pro improves on this panel by increasing the refresh rate to 240 Hz.

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