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The latest in NVIDIA GeForce and AMD Ryzen is going mobile. Taking a look at all the announcements from CES 2021 we’re bringing you our picks of the gaming laptops to keep an eye on this year.

Lenovo Legion 7 and Lenovo Legion 5

The Lenovo Legion 7 is the company's flagship gaming laptop, and as such it’s something of a beast -- building on the impressive Legion range that has proven to be one of the best performers in recent years. With the Legion 7 featuring up to the AMD Ryzen 9 5900H Mobile Processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU, performance will be a major step up over the 2020 model -- so much so that this Legion will also ship with a crisp QHD 2560x1600 16” 165Hz IPS display that also features Dolby Vision support. Couple this with the latest version of the Legion TrueStrike Keyboard and advanced cooling and this will no doubt be one of the high-end gaming laptops of 2021. Lenovo will also be releasing a RTX 3060 Max-Q powered Lenovo Legion Slim 7, a new ultrathin that looks slick.

Availability: March 2021 Price: from $3299 AUD

On the more affordable tip the impressive and versatile Lenovo Legion 5 range is also getting its AMD and NVIDIA Geforce RTX refresh this year with the base model supporting up to a AMD Ryzen 9 5800H Mobile Processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070 GPU -- offering up, again, a sizeable performance jump over last year’s model. Keeping the price down the Legion 5 will retain its 1080p IPS display, though on that front it’s bumping up the refresh rate to 165Hz.

Availability: April 2021 Price: from $1999 AUD

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