Lenovo bares new generation of ‘Legion’ gaming hardware

Tech titan Lenovo has unveiled its Legion Gen 7 lineup, the brand’s flagship gaming line aimed at creating gaming laptops that fulfill consumers’ evolving needs.

The Legion 5i and Legion 7i laptops feature the latest Gen4 SSDs and up to 32GB of DDR5 memory configurations, as well as a 12th-gen Intel Core processor

Created for both personal and professional endeavors, the Lenovo Legion Gen 7 devices and IdeaPad Gaming 3i laptop deliver unyielding play and high productivity performance so both hard work and harder play are made possible, the company said.

Oftentimes, people prioritize professional growth before personal enjoyment but, making time for both work and play is better for health and well-being. To strike this balance, most people will need devices that offer the innovation, versatility, and mobility they need to accomplish daily tasks.

For graphic designers, video editors, and even animators, the Legion Gen 7 lineup can run almost any Windows-compatible editing software. Edit photos and digital artwork without having to worry about color accuracy with the Legion Slim 7i’s 16-inch WQHD+ Mini LED display, or with the 16-inch QHD+ display in 16:10 format with 100% sRGB color gamut of the Legion 5i Pro.

The Legion Slim 7i and Legion 5i Pro also feature the Legion TrueStrike Keyboard that boasts soft-landing switches and a 25% larger trackpad despite large trackpads being uncommon among gaming laptops.

The trackpad is enhanced for great sensitivity and touch gestures, perfect for some quick editing on the go.

For designers and engineers, a device capable of running computer-aided design software is a must. Projects on these kinds of programs often take up a lot of storage and would slow down the device if it wasn’t built to keep up. The Legion 5i and Legion 7i, howwver, have all the SSD storage and a powerful CPU for smooth and problem-free work.

The Legion 5i and Legion 7i laptops feature the latest Gen4 SSDs and up to 32GB of DDR5 memory configurations, as well as a 12th-gen Intel Core processor. On top of this, they both come equipped with the latest NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPU, perfect for hardcore software like ArchiCAD.

Design without boundaries — or time limits — as the Legion 7i is also packed with a big 99.99 watt-hour battery and Super Rapid Charge technology that charges the battery from 0% to 70% in just 30 minutes.

Aside from video editing software, all of the Legion Gen 7 laptops are also capable of seamless live streaming. The IdeaPad Gaming 3i is the ideal device for those looking to stream graphically demanding games without having to worry about gameplay quality. Its powerful CPU and storage capacity make it perfect for multi-taskers working on multiple projects, and its 15.6″ WQHD display screens make for efficient work across software.

The IdeaPad Gaming 3i’s improved keyboard intake technology also ensures ​​a more thermally efficient, quieter, and cooler machine, so you won’t have to worry about the sound of fans whirring on your streams. The regulated CPU usage ensures consistent power throughout recording sessions and streams for content creators and gamers that often stream longer content.

When managing time between work and play, coming up against sudden roadblocks might throw off a user in his game. While accidents can’t be avoided, Lenovo has the Legion Ultimate Support, the only gamer-centric support service among competitors available for all Legion devices.

Get 24/7 access to technicians who are armed with a wealth of product and gaming knowledge so the device is always at peak performance. The Legion Gen 7 devices also come with 3-Year Accidental Damage Protection which covers accidental drops, spills, bumps, structural failures, and even electrical surges so gamers can have that with peace of mind.

IdeaPad Gaming devices, on the other hand, come with 3-Year Premium Care which gives you 24/7 access to advanced technicians who provide comprehensive support for hardware, peripherals, software, and onsite repair.

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