Having launched its Intel-powered Legion 5 gaming laptops in India earlier this year, Lenovo on Tuesday launched the new AMD-powered Legion 5 lineup with dedicated Nvidia GPUs.
Lenovo Legion 5: Specifications and Features
The new Lenovo Legion 5 gaming laptop is powered by AMD’s Hexa-core, 12-threaded Ryzen 5 4600H CPU clocked at up to 3GHz with Max Boost of up to 4GHz. There’s also a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti discrete GPU alongside up to 4GB of DDR6 RAM, as much as 256GB of SSD M.2 NVMe storage, and a 1TB HDD. The laptop additionally includes a 15.6-inch IPS 1080p display with a 120Hz refresh rate to reduce screen-tearing and in-game lag.
The Lenovo Legion 5 laptop is provided with the company’s ‘TrueStrike keyboard’ with backlight, ‘Coldfront 2.0’ customized cooling for thermal efficiency, and an improved battery life that the company claims can yield as much as eight hours of game time, because of smart power-management features like Lenovo Vantage. The device additionally comes with ‘Rapid Charge Pro’ for quick charging and Lenovo Q-Control 3.0 to regulate the system voltage and fan speed.
Other features include a built-in 720p HD webcam with a privacy shutter for added security. The device additionally has two 2W Harman Kardon audio system and Dolby Atmos headphone support. Connectivity choices include Wi-Fi 802.11 ax and Bluetooth 5.0. The device measures 363 x 259 x 22-24mm and weighs 2.3kg. You can check out all the details on the official Lenovo website.
Price and Availability
Lenovo Legion 5 is priced starting at Rs. 75,000 (~$1,000) for the base model. It is only available in a Phantom Black color and may be bought from Lenovo’s official India web store. It may also be sold offline at Lenovo’s exclusive stores throughout India. The launch offers include one-year of free Lenovo Premium Care and 12 months of Accidental Damage Protection worth Rs. 3,900.
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