Two models with the most recent AMD processors have been added to the Lenovo Legion gaming laptops. They are equipped with powerful hardware and offer a high refresh rate, as well as other important features for PC gamers.
Lenovo Legion Pro 7 received an AMD Ryzen9 7950HX CPU and a discrete NVIDIA GPU card. Although the company didn’t specify the GPU model, rumors suggest that it was the GeForce RTX 4090. Maximum RAM available is 32GB (DDR5-6600), and NVMe drive with the PCIe 4.0 interface, 2 TB.
The novelty came with a 16-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution 2560×1600 pixels, and a refresh rate up to 240 Hz. The maximum brightness is 500nits, and the response times are 3ms. The display has been certified VESA HDR400, XRite Pantone and supports NVIDIA FreeSync and NVIDIA SYNC. A protective shutter protects the webcam (1080p), which is located above the screen. There are six interfaces: Wi-Fi 6E; Bluetooth 5.1; two Type-C ports (USB3.2 Gen 2, Display Port); three USB Type-A; HDMI 2.1 and Ethernet. The battery’s capacity is 99.9 Wh.
The specifications of Lenovo Legion Pro 5 are very similar. The main difference between the two models is that you can choose from Ryzen 9 77445HX, Ryzen 8 77745HX or Ryzen 5 66545HX processors. The laptop is also faster than the older model (up to 160 Hz), has a lower battery charge (80 Wh) as well as a different memory standard (DDR5-5600).
Lenovo Legion Pro 5 will be available for $1,460 in North America and €1,649 in Europe. Both the start date and the price for the Legion Pro 7 model will be revealed at a later date.