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The Lenovo Legion 7i proves that you don't need an RTX 3000 series GPU to pull some punches. With its sleek, well-made chassis and plentiful features, this gaming laptop can sit at the table with machines packing beefier components and still keep pace...
144Hz display, 240Hz models available, Solid chassis and great build quality, Quiet fans that keep their cool
Some may find the design a little bland, Mediocre battery life
There's a huge range of ports on offer here, all spread across the right and left rims, as well as the laptop's rear. The port options include USB-C (Thunderbolt 3), USB-A (3.1), HDMI, Ethernet and a headphone jack - there's not much else a gamer needs. A...
Blazing fast gaming performance, Lots of configuration options, Punchy display with Dolby Vision support, Good looking design,
Can find better value elsewhere, Poor battery life, Bit of flex on the screen,
Lenovo's latest-generation Legion 7i is in our estimation one of the best gaming laptops currently on the market.Priced at £2,200 when outfitted with a Core i7-10875H and GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q, the laptop undercuts most 15.6in competitors while...
Sleek design for a gaming laptop, Excellent all-round performance, Solid build quality throughout, Enjoyable keyboard and trackpad, Bright 144Hz G-Sync display, Very quiet when idle, cool under load, Comprehensive connectivity
Limited UK configuration options, Nvidia Advanced Optimus doesn't work, Not available with a high-res display, Battery life not great