Lenovo unveiled their new Legion Gaming computers and what makes their launch interesting this time around is the fact that they have revamped and streamlined their lineup of laptops and devices to make it not only look better but to perform better with the best specification you can find out there in the market. The Legion 5, 5i and the 5Pi is their new laptop lineup and they have unveiled both the Intel and AMD Variant at the same time.

Lenovo Legion 5

The Legion 5 is the AMD Variant and with the Ryzen on the Rise, it’s a good time to look for an alternative in the market that offers quite the benefit on the creators end – with more cores and threads to go along with it.

Lenovo Legion 5Pi

The 5Pi is a beefed up version of the 5i aethestically – and on the laptop you’ll notice the Lenovo Logo smack right in the middle. And according to Lenovo, the laptop comes with a higher TDP to offer better performance.

Lenovo Legion 5i

The 5i is the Intel variants and despite the rest of the specification might look a little identical with the AMD counterpart, the only difference is the processor – which comes with the 10th Generation Intel Core Processors.

Lenovo Legion 7i

The 7i is the decked out version among the bunch to have the top-shelf specification such as an Intel Cote i9 H-Series overclocked with an advanced thermal management to go along with ti. In terms of GPU, the laptop can go up to a 2080 SUPER with Max-Q respectively.

Pricing and Availability

As of right now, Lenovo has only made the 5, 5i and 5Pi available and made available purchase from the Lenovo Exclusive Store and the pricing starts as follows:
– Lenovo Legion 5 (AMD) price starts from RM3,599
– Lenovo Legion 5i starts from RM4,199
– Lenovo Legion 5Pi starts from RM6,399.

The Lenovo Legion 7i will be made available on a later date. To know more about it, you can click here to head over to Lenovo’s Exclusive Stores.