Lenovo Legion 7i review
Laptop Reviews / September 22, 2020

If my current laptop gave up the ghost tomorrow, there’s a very good chance I’d replace it with the Lenovo Legion 7i. It’s one of those rare gaming laptops where everything feels perfectly judged. It has enough processing and graphical grunt to make full use of its high, 144Hz refresh rate display, and dell xps 13 charger the size of its aluminium chassis has all the space it needs to help keep it cool and quiet under pressure. Heck, it doesn’t really even look like a gaming laptop once you turn off the Corsair iCue compatible RGB lighting spilling out of the back and sides, and even its backlit keyboard borrows the same ordinary-looking font and design as Lenovo’s everyday consumer laptops. It ticks a lot of boxes, and is absolutely the laptop to beat if you’re after a powerful desktop replacement you can take on the go. The Legion 7i is one of the most anticipated gaming notebook releases for 2020. Aside from the name change over the premier Y740, the Legion 7i features a redesign with dell xps 15 charger a thinner form factor while packing the latest Intel 10th gen H series processor paired with Nvidia RTX…