Lenovo has already introduced the Legion Pro 7i, a top-of-the-line gaming laptop powered by a 13th generation Intel CPU, NVIDIA 4000 series GPU, and AI chips.
Lenovo has already shipped the Legion Pro 7i, its high-end gaming laptop, to Italy, after presenting it at CES in Las Vegas. There are, in fact, 13th generation Intel Core CPUs, NVIDIA RTX 40 GPUs, and the innovative IA chip, a new processor designed to optimize PC processes and resources.
Lenovo Legion Pro 7i
The Lenovo Legion Pro 7i is a very straightforward device to operate, since it is the best Lenovo has found on the market and to include within a 21.95-25.9 mm x 363.4 mm x 262.15 mm body with a total weight of 2.8 kg.
The power and weight of these PCs are astounding, but there is also a new fan system, the LA2-Q, a machine learning chip that optimizes the CPU when it is under strain.
The Lenovo Legion Pro 7i is a wireless gaming system.
This set of technologies guarantees up to 10 to 15% better performance in Fortnite and 3DMark, as well as 3% in Cinebench, but should also allow the 99.99 Whr battery to be put to good use.
The complete package includes a 16′′ 16:10 WQXGA screen (2560 x 1600) with a maximum frequency of 240 Hz VRR, a 3 ms response time, 100% RGB coverage, and 500 nits of brightness, as well as a 100% Anti-ghosting keyboard with 1.5 mm thickness and full RGB support.
Lenovo wanted to pay attention to the design, which continues to use the same techniques that have made the Legion brand so popular, as well as recycled materials.
Fino a Windows 11 Pro graphics card with 2 Harman 2 W super linear speakers, 240Hz variable refresh rate, LA2-Q artificial intelligence chip Support for Dolby Vision, NVIDIA G-SYNC, TÜV Rheinland certified, Pantone X-Rite certified, Up to 2TB PCIe SSD Gen 4 (1x Always On 5V/2A) Power in, USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (DisplayPort 1.4, 140W Power Delivery)
1.5 mm key spacing, Per-key RGB, 100% anti-ghosting, Swapable WASD keys, Support for Legion Spectrum RGB software
Lenovo Legion Pro 7i
The Lenovo Legion Pro 7i's user experience was brief and brief, but the impression obtained is that it's a premium product that's well-maintained from all angles. The layout, consistent with the Legion brand guidelines, is clean and sharp, aggressive, but not excessive. Thanks to the gray color, the PC's are attractive, but for color enthusiasts, the Lenovo Legion Pro 7i has a much more "gaming" appearance.
The keyboard is solid, rather "dry" and precise, and appears to be able to guarantee good typing comfort even when typing and not just excellent gaming performance. Cable management is important particularly when it comes to desktop replacement: power supply, external monitors, mouse, and keyboard can be connected on the back, leaving the desk free.
The Lenovo Legion Pro 7i's new AI chips
The ability to do anything with a PC of this calibre is expected. Lenovo looks to have invested all of its energy and effort, but only a field test and some benchmark tests of various kinds will be able to demonstrate how this PC will perform for the most demanding gamers.