The CES 2022 is ongoing and tech companies across the globe are releasing great devices one of which are these cool Lenovo AMD and Intel-powered PCs.
The great thing is the fact that they now look slimmer, and much sleeker apart from being beasty with their performances.
Without any further ado, below are two of the cool gaming PCs revealed by Lenovo at the CES 2022.
Lenovo Legion 5 Pro/5i Pro (2022)
The first on the list is the Legion 5 Pro which is powered by Intel’s 12th gen Alder Lake CPU with a peak of i7-12700H.
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Then there is the Legion 5 Pro which is supposed to be a superior variant powered by AMD Ryzen 6000 processor.
Both of these beasts will have support for DDR5 RAM and with about 1TB of PCle SSD storage.
Lenovo remained tight-lipped on the graphics front, stating that the devices will come with the “latest GeForce RTX 30 series laptop GPU.”
One of the two models will come with an 8GB VRAM GPU and it could be the NVIDIA RTX 3070 or the RTX 3070 Ti.
To cool both gaming computers down, Lenovo also stated that it will make use of a Coldfront 4.0 cooling system which is known for being quieter and cooler compared to the previous generation.
Another big advantage of the new cooling system is its ability to allow the computer to handle a total graphics power (TGP) of 165W, which is 15W more than the 2021 model.
The Coldfront 4.0 system will give more thermal headroom to the laptops, allowing the GPU to sustain its boost frequency for longer.
Away from the performance, both Legion 5 Pro and Legion 5i Pro will come with a big 16-inch 240Hz WQHD+ IPS display with 500 nits peak brightness, Dolby Vision HDR support, and a 16:10 aspect ratio.
Both computers will also sport 2W stereo speakers and Nahimic 3D audio support.
The chassis of both computers are made from magnesium-aluminum alloy and have the same keyboard and trackpad as the 2021 models.
One notable improvement has been made in their wireless capabilities, which now supports WiFi 6E.
As for pricing, the base Intel-powered Legion 5 Pro will go for US$1,569.99 and sales are expected to commence by the month of February while the AMD-powered Legion 5i Pro will debut by April with a base price of US$1,429.99.