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From the high-end Legion 7i to the new and improved and still affordable Legion 5, the newest range of Lenovo gaming laptops are expected to hit our shores in June. With new and improved displays and cutting edge features, we go through the announcement in our round-up.

The new Legion 5 will also debut with a revision using the impressive AMD Ryzen mobile processors. The Legion 7i on the other hand is something else entirely.
When looking at any line-up of new gear it’s always customary to see what the top of the line model offers. Like beginning in the shiny showroom at a sports-car dealer before venturing to the lot next door after you realise your paycheck was missing a few zeroes. The top of the line is usually associated for those that need the very best, and when it comes to the very best in gaming laptops the new Lenovo Legion 7i (due for release in June) might just be the gaming laptop of this year.

Not only is it packed with the latest overclocked 10th Gen Intel Core i9 H-Series processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER GPU with Max-Q, it’s the first device to feature the innovative battery-saving Advanced Optimus technology developed by NVIDIA that was recently announced.

Click Here For The Lenovo Legion 2020 Line-Up: From the Impressive Legion 7i to the New and Improved Legion 5

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