A number of new products are all set to join Lenovo’s popular Legion gaming products, and this time, things are looking better than ever before. Legion 7, which is about to hit the market, offers support for the GeForce RTX-2080 Super-Max-Q graphics chips of Nvidia and the latest 10th Gen-i9 H-series processors of Intel. Reports have come in that other top manufacturers, like Asus, Razer, and MSI are also all set to follow suit.
Lenovo is going with the same 1080p display for this laptop, though for some extra amount you get to upgrade to 240Hz from the earlier 144Hz refresh rates. The product also features the TrueStrike keyboard of Lenovo that provides about 1.3 mm travel/key and has enough room to include a full number-pad and large arrow keys. Windows Precision drivers are used by the trackpad, and thus, it is responsive and reliable to use.
Apart from all those specifications, the clean look of the machine is commendable. The bezels around the display look minimalistic, and there is a webcam at the top bezel, which is exactly where it should be. The privacy shutter on the webcam is a nice touch.
The brand claims to have improved the thermals, which means you will not feel too much heat on the lap or while working on the keys. Look at the back and you will find the I/O panel of the ports. This means all the cables and plugs you have will not really be in your sight at the time of using the machine. Lenovo further claims that the battery of the laptop will easily last for eight hours if used normally and not more games. Even gaming will make the battery last for at least six hours, so that is good enough.