Thanks to the ultra-wide vapor chamber and liquid metal technology covered on the CPU and GPU, Legion Pro 7 can achieve a thermal design power consumption of up to 235W, fully releasing the top hardware performance.
At the same time, the screen uses a 16-inch IPS screen with a 16:10 ratio, a resolution of 2560×1600, supports a variable refresh rate of up to 240Hz, and a peak brightness of 500 nits, which can display game images smoothly and clearly.
Not only that, the new notebook is also equipped with Lenovo’s self-developed LA series AI chip, of which the Legion Pro 7 series uses the latest LA2-Q AI chip, and the built-in Lenovo AI engine further improves performance and maximizes the picture per second. the number of frames.
In terms of interfaces, the new notebook includes a full-featured USB-C interface that supports a 140W power supply, three USB Type-A interfaces, an HDMI 2.1 interface, and an RJ45 Ethernet jack.