Lenovo renews its range of gaming notebooks. The new Legion 7 and 7i are coming

Lenovo today unveiled its new high-end gaming notebooks, consisting of the new ones Legion 7 and 7i and the new ones Legion Slim 7 and 7i, equipped with a 16 “display, DDR5 memories and the latest CPUs and GPUs from AMD, Intel and NVIDIA.

Legion 7 / 7i
At the top of the offer are the Legion 7 family, which come with an evolutionary design of that of previous generations and a “unibody” body made of aluminum and magnesium, for a thickness of about 19mm and a total weight of less than 2 , 5Kg. Keyboard renewed “Legion True Strike“, Which integrates the new functionality WASD Force Sensor Technology, with interchangeable keys, which allows you to speed up game rhythms by increasing the pressure on the keys. Legion 7 will mount gods 16 ″ WQXGA display with variable frequency (max 240Hz), maximum brightness of 1250nit which will offer support to the entire DCI-P3 color space, HDR and certification TUV Eyesafe.

The Legion 7i will equip the most performing versions of the 12th generation Intel Core CPUs, the Core i7-12800HX and the Core i9-12900HXflanked by NVIDIA’s two most powerful gaming notebook GPUs, theRTX3070Ti and theRTX3080Tiuntil 32GB of DDR5 RAM (with 5600MHz overclock option), 512GB PCI-e Gen4 SSDs up to 2TB, FullHD webcam and 99.9WHr battery with fast charging support (the manufacturer promises 0 to 70% in 30 minutes). Prices at launch will start from € 3,199

The Legion 7 instead will equip both CPU and AMD GPU, specifically the available processors will be the Ryzen 7 6800H and the Ryzen 9 6900HXwhile on the video side variants will be available with Radeon RX6700M or Radeon RX6850M XT, while the rest of the data sheet will be similar to the models with Intel and NVIDIA chips. The prices for these models, called “AMD Advantage Edition”, they will start from € 2,799

Legion Slim 7 / 7i
Designed to be even more “portable” than higher-end models, the Lenovo Legion Slim 7 also come with a unibody aluminum and magnesium case, but in this case the thickness drops to about 16mm while the weight is around 2.17Kg. The strong point of the new generation of Legion Slim is the renewed cooling system, which benefits from part of the AI ​​support thanks to Lenovo Legion Coldfront 4.0 and on the other hand of an evolution of the hardware part that sees two fans – increased in size by 29%, integrating 31% more blades, but at the same time thinner by about 40% compared to the previous generation-, dedicated copper heatsinks for VRAMs of the GPU and an air intake system positioned under the keyboard keys.

Lenovo Legion Slim 7

As for the display, the new Lenovo Legion Slim 7 and 7i will offer various options regarding the panel from 16 ″ to 16:10specifically it will be possible to find versions with FullHD and WQXGA (2560 × 1600) displays, in the latter case both IPS panels (at 165H or 240Hz) will be available and, only on the variants with Intel chips, Mini-LED (maximum frequency 165Hz).

The Legion Slim 7s will be available in CPU variants AMD Ryzen 5-6600H7-6800H o 9-6900HZAMD Radeon RX6600S GPU or RX6800Sup to 32GB of RAM and up to 2TB of memory on PCIe Gen4 SSDsHD or FullHD webcam, while the battery will be, as for the higher models, from 99.9WHr with support for fast charging.

Moving on to models with Intel CPUs, the Lenovo Legion Slim 7i will be available in variants with Core i5-12500H CPUi7-12700H or i9-12900HK, video cards NVIDIA RTX 3050TI, 3060 or 3070, seeing the rest of the spec sheet similar to models equipped with AMD chips. Upon arrival in Italy prices will start from € 2,199

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