Lenovo is entering the foray of gaming space as it announces its line-up of gaming laptops that are powered by the AMD Ryzen 4000 series CPUs and NVIDIA RTX 2060 GPU. 

The announcement sees Lenovo making AMD variants out of its 17-inches and 15-inches Legion 5 laptops in addition to IdeaPad Gaming 3 laptop.

In the Legion line-up, the tech company is releasing the Legion 5 and Legion 5P laptops, which would vary between sizes of 15.6 and 17.3 inches. Of the two, the Legion 5P has the upper hand when it comes to hardware configuration, by default.


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However, both models can also still be configured to better suit picky users which implies being able to upgrade to superior critical components when needed.

Designed to be less as stellar as the Legion 5 models, the IdeaPad gaming 3 laptop offers a downgraded specification, but should be sufficient enough for non-intensive gaming experience.


The Lenovo Legion 5 17-inch laptop is slated for release in September 2020 with a price tag of $1089 while its smaller and inferior counterpart, the Legion 5 15-inch (also only has the GTX 1650Ti GPU) model, will sell for $759.99.

Lastly, the Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 model (also a 15-incher) will come at a price tag of $659.99 on July 2020.

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