As is so often the case, manufacturers are renewing their range to freshen up the configurations of their PCs. This time it’s Lenovo’s Legion series.
Sobriety without forgetting a touch of elegance. That could characterize this new range of PC laptops from Lenovo. New ? Not really, because it’s actually a renewal to upgrade the hardware.
A very capable Lenovo Legion 770i
One of the flagships is of course the Legion 770i, which represents the top class from the manufacturer Lenovo. Behind this name lies a beautiful 16-inch WQXGA IPS LCD screen (2560×1600 resolution) with a refresh rate of 165 Hz. The graphics card is an NVIDIA RTX 3070 Ti Mobile, an Intel Core i7-12800HX processor , 16GB of DDR5 4800MHz RAM and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD. The configuration itself isn’t the only change, as the chassis is announced to be 37% thinner th an its predecessor, weighing in at 2.3kg.
Also note that this model also comes in a slim version with a more modest configuration for the occasion, namely an RTX 3060 and an Intel Core i7-12700H processor.
Lenovo Legion 570: The entry-level model
More accessible than the 770i range, the Lenovo 570 is divided into three models. The 570i Pro with a 16-inch WQXCA IPS display, with an RTX 3050 Ti inside, an Intel Core i7-12700H processor, 16GB of DDR5-4800 RAM and an M.2 SSD.
Then comes the Lenovo 570 Pro, which removes its i (Intel’s i) for the occasion. It’s the same PC but with an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H processor, the battery increases to a maximum autonomy of 11 hours compared to 9 hours for the 570i. So AMD saves battery power. It’s not new.
Finally, the most recent is the Lenovo Legion 570. Even cheaper than the others, it has to rely on its 15.6-inch FHD IPS (1920 x 1080) screen. It packs an RTX 3050 Ti card, an AMD Ryzen 5 6600H processor, and offers the same RAM and storage as the other two. Or 16 RAM and a 512 GB m.2 SSD.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a release date or price for either the top-of-the-line or entry-level. It shouldn’t take long.
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