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In the Lenovo Legion 7, the main emphasis is on the pure performance. In games, the Core i9-10980HK and the GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q ensure particularly high frame rates, which can be maintained even under load, thanks to the good cooling system. The...
excellent 240-Hz display, outstanding performance development, good constant performance, attractive design with extensive RGB illumination, good cooling performance due to Vapor Chamber (only in specific models)
keyboard and ClickPad look cheap, high price
So, everybody, we just reviewed a great all-rounder, when it comes to productivity. It can be configured with some of the most powerful mobile processors and graphics cards out there. What's so special about it? Well, it weighs 2.25 kg and has a profile o...
Aluminum design and good build quality, Large arrow keys, RGB backlight, and clicky feedback, Thunderbolt certification and two M.2 slots with RAID 0 support, The display doesn't flicker at any brightness level (LM156LF-2F01), 570 nits of maximum brightne...
Lacks an SD card reader, Gets quite warm on the outside
Bright display, Decent gaming scores, Wide variety of ports, Good audio, Speedy file-transfer rate
Pricey, So-so battery life, Middling performance
Of course, part of it is because Lenovo sent me such a great configuration, but this is a really good gaming laptop. It has a lot of power, and it has a very roomy SSD.If it wasn't for the keyboard and trackpad issues, it just might be close to perfect. T...
There is little doubt that the Lenovo Legion 7i is a power-packed gaming beast that will push through anything that you throw at it. It also commands a price tag that can certainly leave a big dent in your wallet and even more so if you buy the specced ou...