Lenovo Is Launching A New Batch Of Gaming Laptops With AI Enhancements

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Lenovo laptops

Lenovo has released four new laptop models, or rather just two models available in both Intel and AMD flavors. Lenovo’s Legion Pro 7, Legion Pro 7i, Legion Pro 5, and Legion Pro 5i are all equipped with 13th-generation Intel Core or AMD Ryzen 7000-series CPUs and Nvidia GeForce RTX 40-series graphics processing units, respectively.

Because of their high power consumption, the Lenovo Legion Pro 7 and Pro 7i need extensive cooling systems. The laptops use a sophisticated cooling technology called ColdFront 5.0 with Hybrid Thermals housed in an extra-wide vapor chamber to cool both the central processing unit (CPU) and the graphics processing unit (GPU).  In the meantime, a ColdFront 5.0 system, including twin fans, hybrid heat pipes, and a phase-change thermal compound, keeps the Lenovo Legion Pro 5 and Legion Pro 5i running cool at their maximum combined TDP of 200W.

The latest Lenovo LA AI chip, a specialized AI processor intended to maximize speed and drive the laptops to their maximum, is included in both laptops as well. The Lenovo AI Engine+, a machine-learning algorithm that optimizes system efficiency for the most enjoyable gaming experience, is powered by this processor. The Lenovo Vantage software also allows users to fine-tune performance variables like as fan speed manually.

There are 16-inch screens in the Lenovo Legion Pro 7 and Legion Pro 5 series, each supporting up to WQXGA (2560 x 1600) resolution and 240 hertz of refresh rate. The RGB keyboards are included in both the Legion Pro 7 and Legion Pro 5, however the former has per-key illumination while the latter has four. The Legion Pro 7 (with AMD CPUs) is not going to the US, but the Lenovo Legion Pro 7i (starting at $1,999.99) will be released in March. However, both the Legion Pro 5 and the Legion Pro 5i will be available in April, with prices beginning at $1,459.99 and $1,479.99, respectively.

Lenovo monitors

Lenovo’s Legion brand debuted two new gaming displays, the 27-inch Legion Y27f-30 and the 32-inch Legion Y32f-30.

The Legion Y32f-30 is not only more spacious, but also more detailed, thanks to its Quad HD resolution and 240Hz refresh rate (overclockable to 250Hz) with support for AMD FreSync Premium. It has a Delta E 2 color accuracy rating, a reaction time of 0.5ms, and coverage of 95% of the DCI-P3 color space. It features a pair of stereo speakers that each put out 3W of power, and it is DisplayHDR 400 compatible.

The Legion Y27f-30 likewise has a Full HD display, but its 240Hz refresh rate can be increased to a maximum of 280Hz with the help of an overclock.

Lenovo desktops

Lenovo is updating its Legion desktop lineup with the release of the Legion Tower 7i, Legion Tower 5, and Legion 5i. The Legion Tower 7i, with its 13th-generation Intel K-series CPUs and Nvidia GeForce RTX 40-series GPUs, is the superior model. You may utilize up to 260W of power without worrying about overheating thanks to the combination of the six programmable RGB fans and the liquid cooling solution. Up to 64GB of DDR5 RAM as well as 6TB of SSD storage space are available for customization on this PC. Up to a 1200W PSU can provide power to the whole setup.

It is also worht noting that the Legion Tower 5 and Tower 5i are basically the same device with different processor and graphics card choices. The 65W CPUs in this model reduce its energy consumption compared to the 75W processors in the Legion Tower 7. Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series or AMD Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs are installed, thus gaming performance is not lacking. There are five RGB fans in the cooling system. In addition to the 850W PSU, 32GB of DDR5 RAM as well as 2TB of SSD storage space are available for customization.

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