Lenovo has revealed the new lineup of its infamous Legion Gaming Flagships at CES 2021. The PC-Giant has announced four new models of Lenovo Legion, all of them powered by the new AMD Ryzen 5000 H-Series Processors.
The 2021 Legion Gaming Lineup includes the Legion 7, Legion Slim 7, Legion 5 Pro, and the Legion 5. As mentioned above, all of these laptops will be featuring AMD Ryzen 5000 Mobile Chipsets along with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 30 Series Graphic Cards, which means you’ll be getting excellent performance as well as improved Ray Tracing and DLSS Features.
All four notebooks are said to come with Lenovo’s own cooling systems, Legion Coldfront 3.0 which is said to be delivered about 18% improvements in tackling heat and noise compared to 2020’s Legion Lineup. All of these gaming notebooks come with Lenovo’s Vantage software pre-installed which allows you to configure your hardware settings and overclocking in one-click. On the other hand, Lenovo brings back the Q-Control feature which allows you to switch between fan and performance profiles quickly.
2021 Legion Lineup: Specifications
|Lenovo Legion 7||Up to Ryzen 9 5900H||Up to RTX 3080||Up to 32GB DDR4||Up to 2TB M.2|
|16” 165Hz IPS display with 16:10 aspect ratio, 2560 x 1600 resolution,|
NVIDIA® G-SYNC, 100% sRGB color accuracy, and Dolby Vision.
|Lenovo Legion Slim 7||Up to Ryzen 9 5900H||Up to RTX 3060|
|Up to 32GB DDR4||Up to 2TB M.2|
|15.6” 144Hz IPS Display with Dolby Vision 1080p resolution 100% Adobe RGB or|
15.6” 60hz 4K Display with 100% RGB
|(Not Announced Yet)|
|Lenovo Legion 5 Pro||Up to Ryzen 7 5800H||Up to RTX 3070||Up to 16GB DDR4||Up to 2TB M.2|
|16” 165Hz IPS display with up to 3ms response time,|
16:10 aspect ratio, 2560 x 1600 resolution, NVIDIA® G-SYNC™, and AMD FreeSync™ support,
100% sRGB color accuracy, and Dolby Vision.
|Lenovo Legion 5||Up to Ryzen 7 5800H||Up to RTX 3070||Up to 16GB DDR4||Up to 2TB M.2|
|15.6” 165Hz IPS display with 1080p resolution,16:9 aspect ratio, |
up to 100 percent sRGB color accuracy and AMD FreeSync™ support, or,
17” 144Hz IPS display with 1080p resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio,
up to 100 percent sRGB color accuracy.
Lenovo Legion 7
Lenovo is bringing a taller 16-inch display with a 16:10 aspect ratio to Legion 7 with a 16-inch QHD (2560×1600) Display with 165Hz refresh rate, 3ms response time, 100% sRGB color accuracy, peak brightness of up to 500 nits, and an optional VESA DisplayHDR 400 Certification with Dolby Vision support, and Nvidia’s G-Sync, which makes it quite enough for both gaming and creative work.
Legion 7 will be offering the AMD’s next-gen Ryzen 5000 series processors based on Zen 3 Architecture with up to a Ryzen 9, although exact details are yet to be published by Lenovo, as well as Nvidia’s upcoming RTX 3000 mobile GPUs. It also offers up to 32GB of high-speed 300MHz RAM and up to 2.0 TeraBytes of high-performance M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD Storage.
The Legion 7 Laptops will start at $1,669.99 & will go around $2,799.99 for the high-end variant in the United States, and will be available for shipping in June, 2021. For prices in India, we can expect something around Rs. 149,000 for the base variant and about Rs. 3,49,000 for the high-end variant, and will be available for shipping from July, 2021.
Other notable features include RGB lighting all across that is handled by Corsair’s iCUE software as well as an e-shutter webcam kill switch.
Lenovo Legion Slim 7
If you wonder the above mentioned Legion 7 is quite heavier for your work, and you’ll prefer a lighter gaming machine, Lenovo already have a solution for your problem. For users who prefer using a lighter gaming machine and portable content creation laptop, there’s the Legion Slim 7, which is even thinner and lighter compared to the previous generation model. Lenovo describes the laptop as “the thinnest and lightest gaming laptop ever made”.
Similar to Legion 7, it will be offering up to Ryzen 9 5800 CPU and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 3060 with MaxQ Design. For display, Legion Slim 7 will offer two options to choose from: a 15.6-inch 4K (3840 x 2160) IPS Panel with 60Hz Refresh Rate or a FHD (1920 x 1080) panel with a 165Hz Refresh Rate. It is expected to be available for shipping in May, although there’s no price info released yet.
Lenovo Legion 5 Pro
Now, the one we’re going to talk about is the Legion 5 Series, and the first one is gonna be non-other than Lenovo Legion 5 Pro. The Legion 5 Pro is the power-packed, larger option from Lenovo. The gaming laptop features a larger Coldfront 3.0 cooling system with some serious improvements over the last-gen Legion 5P.
The gaming beast comes with a 16-inch QHD (2560 x 1600) IPS Display with a 16:10 aspect ratio with a 165Hz Refresh Rate, up to 3ms response time, 100% sRGB color accuracy; and Dolby Vision. It also comes with the support of Nvidia G-Sync Technology. It’s will be also featuring improved Harman Speakers w/ SteelSeries’ Nahimic 3D sounds for a better 3D sound experience.
The Legion 5 Pro will start at $999.99 in the United States and we can expect around Rs. 85,000 in India. It will be offering a display similar to that of Legion 7. Keeping the CPU and GPU the same, it comes with a slightly lower at some maximum specs, with just 16GB of RAM.
Lenovo has also revealed a Stingray White Edition, which gives it a seriously sick look to the laptop itself. It also comes with a large Legion Logo on the back, paired with RGB Lightings.
Lenovo Legion 5
Lastly, the Legion 5 is the most affordable option in the Legion Lineup from Lenovo. This year, Lenovo has launched the Legion 5 is two different display options: 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch display sizes. The larger 17.3-inch Legion 5 comes with an FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Display with 144Hz refresh rate, meanwhile the smaller 15.6-inch variant also sports FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS Display but offers a slightly higher 165Hz Refresh Rate & 100% sRGB Color Accuracy.
The Legion 5 and 5 Pro will be the first one among the Legion Lineup to make their way on the shelves in March 2021. Lenovo is offering Legion 5 in two color variants: Phantom Blue with optional 4-zone RGB and a new Stingray White with Blue Backlighting.
The Legion 5 will be starting at a price of $770.00 in the United States and will be available in India for around Rs. 60,000. At such a great price, you can’t expect that much in any other gaming laptop.
The Lenovo Legion lineup is already considered as one of the best gaming laptops around the globe. As stated on Tom’s Guide, if Lenovo managed to fix the cooling issues from the last year’s design with its new Coldfront 3.0, no doubt, Legion 7 will be one of the best laptops to launch in 2021.
We can also expect the launch of Legion’s Intel 11th gen Core alternatives soon.
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