Lenovo's Legion lineup of gaming machines has been refreshed with a bang. Bringing with it NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPU's and up to the new 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series mobile processors. There's also a little splash of optional AMD CPU flavour thrown in.
Lenovo have gone to a massive effort to style their laptops so they're not just for gaming. They will also fit nicely in a business environment allowing you to game when you're done. Lenovo are calling this, stylish on the outside, savage on the inside.
Several enhancement have been made on the new laptops:
- Lenovo Legion Coldfront 2.0 thermal management
- Lenovo Legion TrueStrike keyboard
- Dual Burn to optimise CPU and GPU performance together
- NVIDIA® Advanced Optimus, Hybrid Mode, and Rapid Charge Pro for improved battery life
- World-class immersive displays optimised by Dolby Vision® and OverDrive Support with optional 240Hz refresh rates and response rates of under 1ms.
The 2020 lineup includes:
o Lenovo Legion 7i 1
o Lenovo Legion 5Pi
o Lenovo Legion 5i
o Lenovo Legion 5
o Lenovo IdeaPad™ Gaming 3i
o And the refreshed Lenovo Legion Y740Si
o Lenovo Legion Tower 5i
o Lenovo IdeaCentre™ Gaming 5i
What is Lenovo Legion Coldfront 2.0?
Cooling both the CPU and GPU the Legion Coldfront 2.0 cooling system is an optimised cooling system of heat sinks that dissipate more heat away from the motherboard. Combing hardware and software to result in better airflow and lower system temperatures while still being quiet.
What is a Lenovo Legion TrueStrike Keyboard?
Inspired by Lenovo’s heritage in innovative keyboard technologies, the Lenovo Legion TrueStrike keyboard is precision-crafted to deliver 100 percent anti-ghosting, sub-millisecond response times, and ‘soft-landing’ switches resulting in hair-trigger accuracy.
You can feel a more tactile gaming experience due to its superior key travel via its second transition curve design.
Tags: AMD, Intel, NVIDIA, Lenovo