Lenovo Legion 5 Pro
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- Great for gaming
- Runs well, graphics are amazing
- Build quality of the Legion 5 Pro is great
- Screen is beautiful
- Keyboard is good but not best-in-class
Not what i expected
Poor quality once received after a long wait to get. Now i need to ship it out for repair within first few weeks.
Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Review
Okay. The third concern i have about this device is in regards to the trackpad, so this trackpad has been shifted over to the left quite a lot and if you're just playing games with the wasd keys, your palm will most definitely be rubbing on this touch pad constantly.
Tuxedo Stellaris: A Powerful Linux Laptop
I'm definitely biased towards all-AMD Linux laptops these days. And this past summer I bought an ASUS ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition.I really liked that laptop's CPU and dGPU. In Linux, I always have an easier time with GPU drivers/behavior with AMD vs. nVidia.Unfortunately, with that particul...
Ask HN: Linux Laptop for Workstation
I'd consider the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro, if anything for the very good display.See for example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H1wcU8BD0cQ
Legion 5 pro gen 6 … just awesome.
Awesome laptop, with good built quality, and well priced.
I was looking for a desktop like gaming performance and something which can also used for work. I am glad I made that decision.
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USB-C is about to go from 100W to 240W, enough to power beefier laptops
There are a number of "balanced" gaming laptops that cut back GPU power a bit to accommodate a thinner, lighter build without throttling often or at all.One such machine is the ASUS Zephyrus G14/G15 and in the next month or two, M16 which weigh ~4.5lbs and come with Ryzen 5000 mobile ...
Nice but the keyboard will drive you crazy
Laptop is decent. Windows 10 Home is annoying, but that is easy to change to Pro. Pros: - Screen is 500 nits so nice and bright, you can see it outside. !6" size is okay. - About the size of a 15" laptop, so fits in backpacks, etc. - Build quality seems sturdy - Ryzen chip is great Cons: - The keybo...
Honest Review on this BEAST
All I have to say is, “Wow”! From the internal and external design I'm in love. It's easily upgradable, I personally upgraded the ram to 32 because the default 16gb ram cards are slow read/write. I suggest upgrading to a better ram even if it's 16gb still. You are pushing out at least 170 FPS with u...
Lenovo Legion 5 Pro Review - Simply INCREDIBLE
If that's simply the display, if you want to have a stunning display, that's bright and just fast and all that stuff and if you value performance then this should be on the top of your list and the rest sort of follows after but keep in mind the Trade-Offs that i mentioned earlier so on that note, thank you so much for watching. I hope you were able to take away everything that you needed to know about the legion 5 pro.
AMD Ryzen 7
AMD Ryzen 5
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060
16.0”, QHD (2560 x 1600), 165 Hz
up to 4000GB SSD