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Wednesday, April 08, 2020

Lenovo Legion unveils 2 new laptops

04/02/2020 11:45:00 PM

Lenovo Legion will launch its line of upcoming PCs featuring the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPU with Max-Q Design and up to new 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series mobile processors.

The new products. Legion 7i and 5i laptops boast features that gamers will surely enjoy. These new devices will also support NVIDIA G-SYNC™ technology for smoother, tear-free gameplay as well as the latest 10th Gen Intel Core H-Series mobile processors too.

Specifically, the Legion 7i possesses GeForce RTX SUPER GPUs with Max-Q Design that promises higher clock speeds and new levels of realism in today’s AAA games.  On the other hand, the new sibling Legion 5i  will offer up to RTX 2060 GPU.

In addition, the new batch Lenovo Legion PCs  – including these two devices – will also be the first to feature the new NVIDIA Advanced Optimus technology for improved battery efficiency.  Developed in collaboration with NVIDIA, Advanced Optimus dynamically detects GPU workloads and automatically connects either the NVIDIA GPU (for demanding workloads) or the IGP (for light workloads) to the display. This helps to preserve battery life when light workload applications are running and delivers maximum performance and framerates when games are being played.

The Lenovo Legion 5i and the Lenovo Legion Y540 laptops with the RTX 2060 GPU option will be available starting at US$999. Meanwhile, Lenovo Legion 7i and Lenovo Legion Y740 laptops with the RTX 2070 GPU will be available starting at US$1199. Availability will vary by region.

Stay tuned on Lenovo StoryHub for more details on the upcoming new Lenovo Legion 7i and 5i laptops, as well as additional new gaming offerings inspired by customer insights. For more information on our partners’ latest news, see Intel’s announcement here, and NVDIA’s announcement here.

Author: slickmaster | © 2020 The SlickMaster's Files

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