Lenovo has a wave of brand-new Legion video gaming laptop computers at CES 2021, with overhauls throughout its whole lineup that all have 3 things in typical: AMD’s most current next-gen Ryzen 5000 processors, Nvidia’s next-gen RTX GPUs, and appealing beginning rate points.
The flagship of the brand-new 2021 lineup is the Lenovo Legion 7, which upgrades to a taller 16-inch screen and a 16:10 element ratio for a general 11 percent boost in screen area compared to the old design. The specifications on that panel are adept, either: it’s a 2560 x 1600 IPS show with a 165Hz revitalize rate, 3ms action time, 500 nits of brightness, HDR 400 accreditation with Dolby Vision assistance, and Nvidia G-Sync– adequate to make it a competitor for both video gaming and imaginative work.
However it’s the remainder of the specifications that operate in a few of CES 2021’s greatest statements: the Legion 7 will use next-gen AMD Ryzen 5000 processors (as much as a Ryzen 9, although Lenovo has yet to use specific information right now) along with Nvidia’s next-gen RTX laptop computer GPUs (most likely, the reported RTX 3000 for mobile phones anticipated to be revealed at this year’s program). It likewise provides to 32GB of 3200MHz DDR4 RAM and as much as 2TB of M. 2 NVMe PCIe SSD storage to complete the specification sheet. The Legion 7 laptop computer will begin at $1,669.99, with an approximated June 2021 release date.
For users who choose a little a lighter video gaming device, there’s the Legion Slim 7, which is even thinner and lighter than the previous design at 4.2 pounds. Lenovo states that it’s in fact the thinnest and lightest Legion video gaming laptop computer it’s ever made. Like its beefier cousin, it’ll likewise use next-gen AMD and Nvidia parts (although there are no specifics yet on specific specifications here). Screens on the Legion Slim 7 use an option in between a 15.6-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) IPS screen with 60Hz refresh rate or a 1920 x 1080 panel with a 165Hz revitalize rate. It’ll be out in May, although there’s no rate yet.
Next is the Legion 5 series, which has 3 brand-new laptop computers: the Legion 5 Pro and both 15-inch and 17-inch variations of the routine Legion 5. All 3 designs will deliver in March, making them the very first wave of Lenovo’s brand-new lineup to strike shops.
The Legion 5 Pro will begin at $999.99, however it provides a comparable screen (16-inch, 165Hz refresh rate, 2560 x 1600 resolution, 16:10 element ratio) as the Legion 7. And while it still has AMD and Nvidia’s most current parts, it provides somewhat even worse optimum specifications than its costlier cousin, peaking at a Ryzen 7 CPU and simply 16GB of RAM.
Finally, there’s the Legion 5, which will begin at $769.99. Both will peak at a next-gen Ryzen 7 also, although they provide to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of M. 2 NVMe PCIe SSD. Both will include Nvidia’s brand-new RTX GPUs likewise, however– like the other Legion laptop computers– there are no information right now. The 15-inch design provides 3 screen options, all 15.6-inch FHD panels at 165Hz, 120Hz, and 60Hz refresh rates, while the 17-inch design has 144Hz and 60Hz choices. Precise setup rates will be offered quickly, however depending upon what parts Lenovo is providing for that $769.99 rate, the Legion 5 might make a fascinating entry-level video gaming laptop computer.