Lenovo Legion 5 Series: – AMD, Intel, and Nvidia all launched brand new PC hardware at CES 2022, and today Lenovo immediately followed up with the new products. This time Lenovo’s new game notebook is named the Legion 5 2022 series, which includes the Legion 5 series with AMD processors and the Legion 5i series with Intel processors.
Compared with the previous generation products, the 2022 Legion gamebook has thinner, equipped with AMD Ryzen 6000 series processors and Intel 12th generation Core mobile processors, and can be equipped with the highest NVIDIA RTX3070Ti independent display. The fuselage is equipped with a more powerful fan and a larger air outlet, and the working noise is lower than that of the previous generation.
Lenovo Legion 5 Pro is equipped with a 16-inch 2960×1600 resolution IPS LCD with a maximum refresh rate of 240Hz. The screen has passed DisplayHDR 400 certification, with a maximum brightness of 500nit, and supports Dolby Vision and Nvidia G-Sync. Lenovo Legion 5 Pro 2022 can choose up to Intel Core i9-12900H or AMD Ryzen 9 6900HX processor, with 4800MHz DDR5 memory and up to 1TB PCIe 4 SSD. The body supports Wi-Fi 6E, with a built-in 80Wh battery, which can be charged up to 80% in 30 minutes. Optional maximum RTX3070Ti independent display, the maximum power of independent display can reach 150W.
Lenovo Legion 5 is equipped with a 15-inch 2560×1440 resolution display, and the highest refresh rate is “only” 165Hz. The display supports up to 300nit brightness and 100% sRGB color gamut, as well as Dolby Vision. Legion 5 can choose up to Intel Core i7-12700H processor or AMD Ryzen 7 6800H processor, with RTX3060 independent display, the highest optional RTX3070Ti independent display, the maximum power of the independent display is 140W. The fuselage supports Wi-Fi 6E, and the WASD keycaps on the keyboard are also designed to be replaceable.
Compared with the previous models, the 2022 Legion 5 series models have another major improvement is the addition of RGB keyboards. The Legion 5 series gaming notebooks have a 4-zone RGB backlit keyboard. The USB-C charging function of the two has also been upgraded. Now they can get a maximum of 135W power from the C port. Although it is far from the 300W power of the original charging head, a higher one is always better.
The AMD version of Legion 5 Pro 2022 will be available in April this year, starting at US$1429.99, and the Intel version will be available in February this year, starting at US$1569.99. The AMD version of Legion 5 2022 starts at US$1129.99, and the Intel version starts at US$1199.99. The launch dates are April and February, respectively.