Lenovo Legion 5 Spec with Price
|CPU / Processor||Intel Core i5-10300H Processor|
|Memory||8GB DDR4 2933MHz SoDIMM|
|Storage||512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe + 1TB HDD|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB GDDR6|
|Display Screen / Design / Resolution||15.6″ FHD(1920×1080) IPS Anti-Glare 250nits 120Hz|
|Operation System||Windows 10 Home Single Language 64|
|Others||4-Zone RGB Backlight³Built-in HD Webcam (720p)|
|Audio & Video||2 x 2W Harman Kardon® Speaker System with Chamber
Dolby Atmos® Headphone Support
|Battery / Power Supply||5 Hours (80 Wh; 4 Cells)|
|Dimensions (W x D x H)||363mm x 260mm x 23.57 – 26.13mm / 14.3″ x 10.2″ x 1″|
|Weight||Starting at 2.5 kg (5.5 lbs)|
|Remark||2 Year official Lenovo Warranty|
Lenovo Legion 5:
Lenovo Legion 5 in Bangladesh is the gaming laptop in this year. Always Lenovo tries to give better gaming experience to worldwide gamers. It has Intel Core i5-10300H Processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics. The weight of this laptop is just 2.5kg. If you buy Lenovo Legion 5 in Bangladesh from our store then you will get 2 Year official Lenovo Warranty.
Legion 5 series currently offers three panel options: FHD IPS, 250 nits, 120 Hz refresh rate; FHD IPS, 300nits, 60Hz refresh rate, 100% sRGB coverage, +50 USD; FHD IPS , 300 nits, 144 Hz refresh rate, 100% sRGB coverage. If you have a choice, be sure to choose the latest 144 Hz variant. I also stayed away from the first one, I found it darker, a 60% sRGB panel, and more colors. I had no other choice, so my device got the 60 Hz option with 300 nits and 100% sRGB coverage.
If you want to play fast-paced games, 60Hz refresh rate, and medium response time, this may not be enough. I don’t have the proper tool to measure response time so you should check other comments for more details on this topic, but the ghosting on this panel is obvious. I should also add that there is no free sync support in the Radeon settings.
Design and manufacturing quality:
Latest’s Legion design has not broken new ground-it looks and feels very similar to the previous model. But this is not a bad thing, really, because it again benefits from some Legion-specific attributes, such as carefully grouping most of the laptop’s ports on the rear and lid hinges, 30mm forward. What is reassuring is that the lid of the laptop is hardly bent. I like the way the hinge is calibrated, so you can also open it with one hand.
In terms of size and weight, Legion 5 is nothing special. With a size of 363 x 259 x 26 mm and a balance tilt of 2.35 kg, it is definitely the best of its kind, especially in terms of depth, thanks to the ledge that extends beyond the device. Lenovo TrueStrike keyboard is also hard to find. This is a spacious full-width design with a numeric keypad and a set of full-size cursor keys slightly spaced from the main keyboard. Physically it feels as solid as a rock, and the key stroke is perfectly judged to be 1.8 mm. The 105 x 70 mm trackpad is slightly offset to the left, but it is also perfect in other respects.
Most of the ports of Legion 5 are lined up along the back. From here, you will find a 1 Gbit/sec RJ45 LAN connector, two USB Type A 3.2 Gen 1 ports, a Type C port that supports DisplayPort 1.4, an HDMI 2.1 connector, and a custom DC in connector. On the right side of the is an equivalent Type C port and 3.5mm audio jack, while on the left is the third Type A port and a shutter button for isolating the 720p webcam, which is built into the top of the screen.
Overall, this is an impressively comprehensive and well-designed choice, lacking only Thunderbolt support, although considering that this is an AMD system, its lack is not surprising. Accessing the internal hardware of Legion 5 requires more time and effort than you might expect. For starters, opening the bottom of the case for the first time is a bit nervous. You will need a very thin tool to separate the case, if you start, it will be much easier to open it.
The interface really does not have to worry about the interface of this machine, the Legion 5 has a large rear space, with a USB Type C interface and headphone interface. Used for USB Type A port and webcam termination switch button. At the same time, there are three additional USB Type A ports, an HDMI port, a USB Type C port and an RJ45 Ethernet port on the back. Unfortunately, the laptop is not equipped with a Mini DisplayPort, so you cannot easily connect a VR headset.
Obviously we cannot test the battery in a pre-production unit, but Lenovo claims that the Legion can survive 7 to 8 hours on a single charge, which is impressive if it is accurate.
When Lenovo Legion 5 enters our lab and reaches all of our benchmark tests, we are happy to learn about it more formally. Once you do this, it boils down to where you really belong in the competition. Having an AMD CPU is definitely a good sign for battery life and performance, but we can’t be sure until we push it. Please continue to pay attention to our official review of this product, which will be closer to the official release in March 2021.