Today, Lenovo announced a new series of its gaming laptops, including the Legion 71, Legion 7, Legion Slim 7, and Legion Slim 7i.
Lenovo Legion 7i and 7
The new Legion 7i and 7 feature a CNC metal trim for a minimal design and an RGB system with ambient effects on the keyboard and trim that sync with the content displayed. The Lenovo Legion TrueStrike keyboard has been improved with curved keys with deeper travel and new WASD force sensor technology with optional swappable keys.
These Legion devices are the world's first gaming laptops with a 16" WQXGA display. They have a 16:10 screen with up to 1250 nits of peak brightness. Users will be able to choose between 3 panel options at up to 240Hz variable refresh rate, for everyday use, esports gaming mode, and cinematic visual mode. There's also a Tobii Horizon software onboard for more immersive gameplay and Tobii Aware for improved security, privacy, and well-being.
Weighing 2.5kg and measuring 19mm, the laptops are equipped with a 99.99Whr battery with support for up to 135Whr USB-C fast charging. They are powered by up to the 12th Gen Intel Core HX series or AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX processors, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti or AMD Radeon RX 6850M XT graphics, along with DDR5 RAM and PCIe 4.0 SSD storage.
For thermal control, the devices use the Lenovo Legion Coldfront 4.0 with up to 115W of thermal capacity and 67% thinner fan blades, improving heat transfer and optimizing performance.
The Legion 7i starts at US$2,449 (~RM10,732) while the Legion 7 starts at US$2,059 (~RM9,023).
Lenovo Legion Slim 7i and 7
Available in Storm Grey or Onyx Grey, the Legion Slim 7i and Slim 7 come with an aluminum and magnesium aerospace-grade metal chassis, measuring 16mm thick and weighing 2kg. Powering the laptops are the 12th Gen Intel Core H series or AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX processors, up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 or AMD Radeon RX 6800S graphics, and a 99.99WHr battery with a 135Whr fast charger.
The Slim 7 series has a 16" WQXGA display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, up to 240Hz of variable refresh rate, optional mini-LED, DCI-P3 color gamut support, and TUV Rheinland Gold Label certification.
For cooling, the series now uses the Legion Coldfront 4.0 thermal system with improvements such as 100rpm faster spins, 31% more liquid crystal polymer fan blades that are 40% thinner, and an additional copper heat pipe dedicated for the GPU VRAM. The keyboard has 1.3mm soft-landing switches for faster and more accurate key strikes.
The Legion Slim 7i starts at US$1,589 (~RM6,963) while the Legion 7 starts at US$1,519 (~RM6,657).