Lenovo Legion 5 and 7 (2020)

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  1. seanwee

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    Linus just made a video reviewing the Legion 7i, I was pleasantly surprised that it's just 2.25kg making it the only thin and light 17 inch gaming laptop other than the GS75.



    Having a proprietary charging port sucks though.
     
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    That's not a 17incher dude... it's just a regular 15inch model. It's just Linus have a typical smaller dace that's all...
     
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    ^Yeah, Also The 17inch versions of the Legion 5 and 7 have a built-in SD card slot
     
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    Wait, what..

    4600H has 1650Ti, but 4800H only has 1650?
     
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    I saw that too, made no sense in that configuration but I would definitely go for the stronger graphics card (even if it's barely better). The 4600h is better than the i7-10750h and it was cheaper at 779 so that would definitely be the one I would opt for (if it wasn't sold out anyway)

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    if didn't got it wrong,1650Ti is just few percent improvement above the regular 1650 only?
    Anyway, DaVinci resolve is wayyy faster than ThinkPad P15 Here
     
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    Thanks for sharing. I will pick up the first one from my local Walmart today.
    Don't worry about the difference between these two GPUs. The Lenovo SKU of the 4800h, non-ti version indicates they are using the recently refreshed GDDR6 variant. This refresh is identical to the previous 1650ti. My guess is they have left over stock of the 1650ti that needs to be moved through.

    For folks shopping this model, look at Lenovo's custom configurator too. Both of the Walmart models linked above are equiped with the smaller 60wh battery, whereas Lenovo allows you to configure a 4600h model with an 80wh battery on their site for about $860. This config skips the 1TB hard drive, adds another SSD and includes a free upgrade to windows 10 pro. This should be good for another 2+ hours of battery life under light loads.
     
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    Yeah same here. Both GPUs uses GDDR6 but im still waiting for the 1660ti + RTX 2060 version

    The one with the 4800H is still a great deal even with a slightly weaker GPU. The 4800H is sightly better than the i9-9980HK which is nuts especially at that price range!.
     
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