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Lenovo has just introduced its new gaming laptops, with the latest chips from Intel and Nvidia, under the names of Legion 7i and Legion 5i, which offer additional power to enjoy games with more detail, resolution and fluidity.
The refreshed Lenovo Legion features the newly released 10th Gen Intel Core H mobile processors featuring 8 cores and 5+GHz speedsto the gaming segment.
They also mount Nvidia GeForce RTX Super Max-Q graphics cards, now adapted to laptops, and that we have seen in models like the eye-catching Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo 15, with dual screens.
Laptop manufacturers are heavily dependent on new processor and graphics launches, so almost all brands are renewing their catalog at the moment. Let's get to know the proposal of the Legion 7i and 5i:
Lenovo Legion 7i
The top model will offer Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 graphics, which means advanced ray-traced lighting. In addition, it will support G-Sync to synchronize graphics card frames with the display, while Nvidia's Advanced Optimuswill optimize battery life.
The price of the Lenovo Legion 7i, which will be sold in various configurations, starts at 2,999 euros. In the absence of more details, such a high price suggests very high-end gaming laptops, with powerful hardware in all its aspects.
Lenovo Legion 5i
The Legion 5i model will mount a graphics GeForce RTX 2060 along with 10th generation Intel Core H processors, sharing with its "brother higher" technologies such as Nvidia G-Sync and Advanced Optimus.
The price of the Lenovo Legion 5i will start at 1,599 euros, so they will be in the upper-middle range of gaming.
In addition, the current Lenovo Legion Y740 and Y540 will also be renewed with the new generation of processors and graphics cards, although no further details have been given about them.
At the moment we don't know the release date of the Legion 7i and 5i, plus Lenovo has provided little hardware information We don't know anything of their screens, RAM and storage configurations or battery, so we will have to wait for later announcements.
On the other hand, Lenovo has confirmed that there will be models with the powerful GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, but has not specified them, so for now the announcement is just a preview of the Legion 7i and 5i.
In short, the Lenovo Legion i7 and i5 seem interesting, but we will have to wait to know all its details to properly assess the new manufacturer's commitment to gamers.
What do you think of the new Legion 7i and 5i? Are you going to renew your gaming laptop taking advantage of the new generation of hardware?