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- Great for gaming
- Good design
- Fast performance
- Solid build quality
- Decent battery life
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A TRUE EVOLUTION IN GAMING NOTEBOOKS
Hi folks, Here are a few things to keep in mind (regarding the 2020 version – Intel 10th Generation/4000 AMD Series): A) Be aware that the 120Hz version of the Legion 5 has 250 nits of brightness and can’t be used outside in sunny weather as the screen will look washed out - additionally, color satu...
This is the budget gaming rig to beat.
Heck, dollar for dollar this is the GAMING rig to beat. Item of Note: There IS a 2.5” hard drive caddy/cable with this model. Also the 2nd M.2 slot does show up if you put a NVME in there (not sure about SATA m.2 as I didn’t have one to test). It is standard 80mm size, same as the main slot, and see...
I went traveling for 10 days and took my Legion 5 with me (so it was the only computer I had for 10 days). When I returned home and fired up my trusty ThinkPad T470p, animations and scrolling felt terrible! Same thing with my desktop PC - scrolling, dragging windows around and animations just felt wrong. I was just about to purchase a Dell Precision workstation of a Lenovo P1, but I don't think I can go back to a 60Hz display now.
What makes the Lenovo Legion line so popular?
The legion 5 also has very disappointing screens on its base model. The 120hz screen on it is notorious for its bad color reproduction and ghosting issues. The legion laptops can also be a bit hard to get into due to an excessive use of clips too making it hard to get inside without breaking a few of them. At least on my model switching between dGPU mode and iGPU mode breaks AMD graphics drivers so that also could be a downside.
Lenovo Legion 5 Gen 6 15 (2021)
The Lenovo Legion 5 Gen 6 15 (2021) is a lower mid-range gaming laptop. It's a step above the budget-oriented Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 (2021) but sits below the Legion 5 Pro and the Legion 7 in Lenovo's lineup. It's very similar to the IdeaPad Gaming 3 in design, user experience, and configu...
Lenovo’s 16-inch Legion 5 Pro is about to get even better
.. The Legion 5 Pro is well stocked with ports
My personal list of best gaming laptops in various categories. Hopefully it’s helpful for those looking for a new laptop this year.
Lenovo Legion 5 pro RTX 3070: $1959, Needs new RAM for best performance. With a 32GB RAM it costs ~$2130.
Legion 5 15"
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