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.
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.