Lenovo recently unveiled the new generation of Legion gaming computers, as the upgrade comes this year with the Ryzen 5000 series of processors with the RTX 30 series of the new NVIDIA graphics card.
The new versions of Legion devices include both Legion 5 and Legion 5 Pro devices, as well as Legion 7 and Legion 7 Slim devices, as Lenovo introduces the new design in Legion 5 Pro and Legion 7 devices, and these versions also feature a longer size in the 16-inch screen. And a display resolution of 2560 by 1600 pixels.
Lenovo emphasizes that the new design offers device users a clearer vision in games, with better performance in surfing the Internet and some other tasks, and the new devices also support a 165Hz refresh rate.
On the other hand, the Legion 5 and Legion 7 Slim devices do not support 16:10 in screen dimensions, but the devices support a 165Hz refresh rate at 1080p resolution, also the Legion 7 Slim version is characterized by the thinnest and lightest design in Legion devices for games, as it includes Legion 7 Slim premium cooling system.
Lenovo also supports the Legion 5 Pro with a webcam at the top, and Legion 5 and 5 Pro devices are scheduled to be available initially, to be released in March at prices starting from $ 770 and $ 1000.
The Legion Slim 7 also applies in May and the price will be announced later, also the Legion 7 comes at $ 1670 and the IdeaPad Gaming 3 at $ 670 in June.
It is reported that Lenovo also revealed the Legion H600 headset for games, which is characterized by a fast response of 35 milliseconds, and also supports wireless charging to begin shipping in April.