At the same time as you per chance can love AMD’s most up to date CPU, or now not it could maybe price you a bit extra. The Lenovo AMD Legion 5 gaming laptop computer will beginning at $850 when put next to $830 for the Intel model sporting 10th gen Comet Lake-H.
(April 16, 2020 substitute: The Legion 7 is a 15.6-flow laptop computer without a 17.3-flow model announced as of this writing. The article has been amended.)
The lately revealed flagship 15.6-flow Legion 7 will be joined by the mid-fluctuate 15.6-flow Legion 5 series subsequent month to substitute the former 15.6-flow Legion Y740-15. Despite the indisputable truth that this can lift the same manufacture language because the Legion 7, the Legion 5 will also grasp loads extra differences below the hood.
First, let’s beginning with the external differences. The Legion 5 TrueStrike keyboard can grasp deeper key stride than the Legion 7 (1.5 mm vs. 1.3 mm) while dropping every Thunderbolt 3 strengthen and per-key RGB lighting. The latter is disappointing attributable to even the older Legion Y740-15 would strengthen Thunderbolt 3 and per-key RGB lighting. Meanwhile, the 1080p-completely show veil will be up to 120 Hz for the AMD SKUs and 240 Hz for the Intel SKUs.
Internally, the Legion 5 can grasp a former copper warmth pipe cooling solution unlike the extra superior vapor chamber cooler of the Legion 7. GPU choices will be up to the GTX 1650 or 1650 Ti for the AMD SKUs and up to the RTX 2060 for the Intel SKUs. This design that the Legion 5 series could per chance maybe genuinely dart games slower than last year’s Legion Y740-15 which equipped faster RTX 2080 Max-Q choices. Two battery sizes will be made within the market with the smaller dimension having extra internal storage choices.
In step with the preliminary configurations, it appears to be love Lenovo will be marketing the AMD Legion 5 to be a couple of steps below the Intel Legion 5i in phrases of efficiency and show veil aspects despite the lower starting price for the Intel model. Comparisons between the Intel and AMD SKUs must be sharp nonetheless particularly since users can grasp the approach to configure with the same GeForce GTX GPU.
The AMD Legion 5 and Intel Legion 5i will open at a starting price of $850 and $830 USD, respectively. A 17.3-flow Intel Legion 5i will moreover open concurrently for a starting price of $1130 albeit without a 17.3-flow AMD counterpart option.
|Lenovo Legion 5 and Legion 5i||Lenovo Legion Y740-15|
|CPU||Up to 10th gen Core i9-10980H (Legion 5i)
Up to third gen Ryzen 5 4600H or Ryzen 7 4800H (Legion 5)
|Up to ninth gen Core i7-9750H|
|GPU||Up to GeForce RTX 2060 (Legion 5i)
Up to GeForce GTX 1650 and 1650 Ti (Legion 5)
|Up to GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q|
|RAM||8 to 32 GB DDR4 upgradeable||8 to 32 GB DDR4 upgradeable|
|Conceal||15.6-flow 1080p 60 Hz or 120 Hz (Legion 5 and Legion 5i)
15.6-flow 1080p 144 Hz or 240 Hz with G-Sync (Legion 5i completely)
17.3-flow 1080p 60 Hz or 144 Hz (Legion 5i completely)
|15.6-flow IPS 60 Hz or 144 Hz|
|I/O Ports||4x USB Kind-A, 1x USB Kind-C w/ DP, HDMI 2.0, RJ-45, 3.5 mm combo audio||3x USB Kind-A, 1x Thunderbolt 3, HDMI, mini-DisplayPort, RJ-45, 3.5 mm combo audio|
|Webcam||Above show veil veil w/ privateness shutter||Below show veil veil|
|Battery||60 Wh||57 Wh|
|Wi-fi||Wi-Fi 6 w/ Bluetooth 4.1||Wi-Fi 5 w/ Bluetooth 5|
|Dimensions||363 x 260 x 25.5 mm||362 x 265 x 25 mm|
|Weight||2.5+ kg||2.3+ kg|
Allen Ngo, 2020-04-16 (Replace: 2020-04-16)