Lenovo introduces a new gaming laptop 'Legion 5' in India at ₹75,990

Advertisement
Lenovo introduces a new gaming laptop 'Legion 5' in India at ₹75,990
UNSPLASH
Bengaluru, Lenovo on Tuesday launched a new gaming laptop titled Legion 5 in India that is powered by the premium AMD Ryzen 5 4600H mobile processor.

The laptop in Phantom Black colour comes for a starting price of ₹75,990, along with one year of free premium care and one year of accidental damage protection worth ₹3,900.

The machine features a 15.6-inch IPS 1080p display with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate to reduce screen tearing and in-game lag.

Advertisement
With latest generation processors and latest GPUs by NVIDIA, this laptop promises to further redefine the gaming experience for Indians, the company said in a statement.

"With the AMD powered Legion 5, we expand this high-performance range to deliver superior gaming experience by offering an immersive visual experience and a style that fulfils the requirement of a modern day gamer," said Shailendra Katyal, Executive Director, Consumer PCSD, Lenovo India.

With the AMD "Zen 2" core architecture combined with 7nm process technology, available for laptops, AMD Ryzen 4000 H-Series lets users do more, faster than ever before.

Advertisement

Weighing 2.3 kg, the gaming laptop provides up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650ti discrete graphics, that offers greater visual fidelity in the latest games.

The AMD-powered device is equipped with Lenovo Legion 'TrueStrike keyboard' with backlight, 'Coldfront 2.0' for thermal efficiency, and an improved battery life (up to 8 hours) using smarter power features.

This includes Hybrid Mode by Lenovo Vantage to extend battery life, Rapid Charge Pro for fast charging, and Lenovo Q-Control 3.0 to control the system voltage and fan speed, the company informed.

Advertisement
"Our Zen2 core architecture combined with the industry-leading 7 nm process deliver a significant boost in performance and power efficiency, letting users push their boundaries across gaming, content creation, productivity workloads and entertainment," said Vinay Sinha, Managing Director–India Sales, AMD.

SEE ALSO:
Kunal Shah’s CRED raises $80 million – valuation doubles to $800 million for the just two-year old startup
New technology to create fuel and oxygen on Mars could help humans explore the deep sea here on Earth
{{}}