Lenovo Legion 5 Pro with Nvidia RTX 30 series GPUs launched in India

Lenovo has recently launched the Legion 5 Pro gaming laptops in India. The gaming focused laptop houses up to 140W TDP rated Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 dedicated graphic processing unit, alongside AMD Ryzen 5000 H-series processors.

The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro laptop is powered by the Ryzen 7 5800H processor, built on AMD's ‘Zen 3’ architecture. The gaming laptop is built to offer competitive gaming and superior productivity performance with high frame rates and a battery life of around 8.1 hours.

The Legion 5 Pro contains the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series distinct graphics processing unit and is efficient enough to provide exceptional graphics performance at around 140W without thermal throttling. The laptop is integrated with Lenovo’s Coldfront 3.0 thermal management technology that assists in maintaining thermals of the machine.

The Legion 5 Pro also offers a 90% screen-to-body ratio, with a 16-inch QHD resolution IPS monitor of refresh rate of 165Hz and around 3ms response time. The screen has a 16:10 aspect ratio with compatibility for both AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-SYNC technologies. This screen supports VESA Display, HDR 400, and Dolby Vision, and is 100% sRGB rated for its color accuracy and is hyped to attain the brightness of 500 nits.

The keyboard shows off the ‘TrueStrike Keyboard’ with soft-landing switches and 4-zone RGB lighting. The audio is supported by audio drivers tuned by Nahimic for 360-degree audio along with features like sound tracker, night mode with smart volume reduction, and background noise suppression.

The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro is now available for pre-order on Lenovo online portal and Amazon India, priced at USD 2,150 and USD 1,881 depending on the specifications. It will be available at retail stores from August.

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