Lenovo’s New Gaming Laptops Are Beefed Up With An RTX 2080 Super & New Intel Processors

After an impressive showing at CES, Lenovo has announced its latest line of gaming laptops and they’re seriously impressive.

With both Intel and NVIDIA announcing new laptop technology this week (you can read more about that here and here), there’s been a huge number of tech companies announcing their new line of gaming PCs. This is all thanks to NVIDIA’s new Max-Q technology, which allows for more portable laptops that are quite and have longer battery life.

The Lenovo Legion 5i and Lenovo 7i will both feature Intel’s Comet Lake H- processors and NVIDIA 20-series SUPER GPUs. There’s not a lot of information on specs but the Lenovo Legion 5i will be able to house a GPU up to the NVIDIA 2060 Super whilst the Lenovo Legion 7i will be able to house a NVIDIA 2080 Super GPU. Both laptops will also offer support for NVIDIA G-Sync and NVIDIA’s Advanced Optimus tech.

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In terms of pricing, the Legion 5i (with 2060 Super) will start at $999 USD ($1,600 AUD roughly) and the Legion 7i (with a 2070 Super) will start at $1,199 USD. ($1,999 AUD roughly). Local pricing and release dates have not been announced.

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