Lenovo has announced a refresh for their Legion gaming lineup including Legion 7, Legion 5i, Legion 5, IdeaPad Gaming 3 and new Legion Tower 5i.
The Legion 7 has a 15.6-inch FHD display with 100% sRGB, 500 nits of peak brightness and 144Hz or 240Hz refresh rate options.
Powering the Legion 7 is a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 or i9 processor and up to an Nvidia RTX 2080 Super Max-Q. There’s also up to 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD.
The battery in the Legion 7 is 80 Wh which should last all-day.
The new Legion TrueStrike Keyboard offers fast under 1ms response time, full number pad, per-key RGB lighting controlled by Corsair iCUE.
The Lenovo Legion 7 is set for a May release starting at $1,599 USD. Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed.
Legion 5i 15″ & Legion 5 15″
The Legion 5i and Legion 5 have a15.6-inch FHD display with 100% sRGB, 500 nits of peak brightness and 144Hz or 240Hz refresh rate options.
Powering the Legion 5i is 10th Gen Intel chips (up to an i7) while the Legion 5 uses an AMD Ryzen R5 or R7 processor.
The Intel version of the laptop uses an Nvidia RTX 2060 GPU while the AMD has up to a GTX 1650 Ti.
Both support up to 16GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB PCIe SSD along with a 60 Wh battery.
Each model uses the new Legion TrueStrike Keyboard which has 1.5mm of key travel, full number pad and optional zoned RGB lighting.
The Lenovo Legion 5 starts at $849 USD and the Legion 5i starts at $829 USD. Both start shipping in May. Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed.
Legion 5i 17″
For those looking for something a bit larger, there’s the Legion 5i 17″. It uses a 10th Gen Intel Core i7 and Nvidia RTX 2060 with up to 16GB of RAM and 1TB SSD.
Display options for the 17.3-inch screen include Full HD resolution and either 60Hz or 144Hz refresh rate.
The Legion 5i 17″ has an 80 Wh battery with Rapid Charge Pro that gets you 50% battery in just 30 minutes.
The Lenovo Legion 5i 17″ starts at $1,129 USD and ships in May. Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed.
IdeaPad Gaming 3 15″
The company’s entry-level gaming laptop is powered by 10th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 with an Nvidia GTX 1650. The 15.6-inch FHD display can be optioned with a 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate.
There’s up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Battery should be up to 9.6 hours with Rapid Charge support.
The Lenovo IdeaGaming 3 15″ starts at 729 USD and ships in May. Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed.
Legion Tower 5i
For those wanting a desktop, Lenovo has got your covered with their Legion Tower 5i.
The PC uses 10th Gen Intel processors and up to an Nvidia 2070 Super GPU. There are options for up to 32GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD.
Lenovo says a version of the Legion Tower 5 with AMD will be available later this year.
The Lenovo Legion Tower 5i starts at $799 USD and ships in May. Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed.
In addition to the new PCs, Lenovo announced some new Legion accessories.
The Legion Y25-25 Gaming Monitor has a 24.5-inch Full HD IPS anti-glare display with a 240Hz refresh rate. The Legion Y25-25 costs $319 USD and ships in a few weeks.
The Legion M600 Wireless Gaming Mouse offers up to 200 playing hours of battery life, 1000Hz polling rate and up to 8,000 DPI. It also charges over USB-C and a full charge takes 2.5 hours.
The Legion M600 mouse starts at $79 USD and ships later this month.
The Legion K300 RGB Gaming Keyboard has programable keys, anti-ghosting and five-zone RGB lighting. The keyboard will retail for $49 USD in May.
Canadian pricing and availability to be confirmed for the new Legion accessories.