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Lenovo Legion computers include Ryzen 5000

 


Lenovo has announced a range of new Legion gaming laptops at CES 2021, all of which share three things: the latest AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, the next-generation Nvidia RTX graphics processing units, and interesting pricing.

Lenovo Legion 7 is the leader in the new 2021 lineup, upgraded to a longer 16-inch display and a 16:10 display ratio for an overall 11 percent increase in screen space compared to the old model.

The computer comes with a 2560 × 1600p IPS screen with an update rate of 165 Hz, 3 MPs response time, 500 candles per square meter brightness, and HDR 400 with Dolby Vision support, and Nvidia G-Sync.

The computer offers the next-generation AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, as well as Nvidia's next-generation portable RTX graphics processing units.

It also provides up to 32GB of 3,200 MHz DDR4 RAM and up to 2TB of M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD storage.

The price of this laptop starts at $1,670, with an estimated release date in June 2021.

For users who prefer light gaming devices, there is legion Slim 7, which is thinner and lighter than the previous model at 1.9 kg.

Lenovo says it's the thinnest and lightest Legion gaming laptop ever manufactured.

The computer offers the next-generation AMD Ryzen 5000 processors, as well as Nvidia's next-generation portable RTX graphics processing units.

Legion Slim 7 offers a choice between a 15.6-inch IPS screen with 3840×2160 pixels with a 60Hz refresh rate or a 1920×1080p screen with a 165Hz refresh rate.

There is also the Legion 5 series, which includes three new laptops: Legion 5 Pro, two 15-inch versions, and 17-inch Legion 5.

All three models are shipped in March, making it the first wave of Lenovo's new collection to hit store shelves.

Legion 5 Pro starts at $1,000 but offers a 16-inch display, 165Hz refresh rate, 2560×1600 pixel resolution, and 16:10 display.

The next-generation Ryzen 7 processors come with 16GB of RAM.

Legion 5 starts at $770, and both versions are working with the next-generation Ryzen 7 processors, although they provide up to 32GB of RAM and 2TB of M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD, both of which feature new Nvidia RTX processing units.

The 15-inch model offers three screen options, all 15.6 inches, and FHD, but with refresh rates of 165 Hz, 120 Hz, and 60Hz, while the 17-inch model comes with 144Hz and 60Hz options.

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