Lenovo Legion Slim 7 also shows a leak in advance

Lenovo Legion Slim 7 also shows a leak in advance

In an internal presentation, Lenovo already leaked information about Lenovo Legion Slim 7. It is a thin and light gaming laptop that combines performance, fast display, and stylish design.

After we already reported leaks on the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Nano and various new Yoga Slim laptops. The tweet from the famous Leaker WalkingCat, built-in below, already contains information about the next exciting Lenovo laptop: Legion Slim 7. This is apparently a Relatively thin and light gaming laptop. Which can optionally be equipped with a quick 1080p display with a frequency of 144 Hz or a fast 4K HDR panel with a frequency of 60 Hz.

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The Intel Comet Lake-H processor is responsible for the required performance. But due to the thickness of the case the graphics chip is limited by the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060. Cooling through the steam chamber should prevent throttling to the maximum. The marketing material also talks about the “Improved TrueStrike Gaming Keyboard” and Dolby Atmos sound support. As a small addition, there is a secluded shutter with which you can cover the webcam, as well as a fingerprint sensor.

The laptop is equipped with at least three USB-A ports and two USB-C ports, probably at least one of them supports Thunderbolt 3. Lenovo Legion Slim 7 can be charged via USB-C. The battery should last at least eight hours. More detailed information about the technology. The  price and launch date is not yet available, but it is possible that Lenovo will introduce a thin gaming laptop along with Yoga and ThinkPad models based on Tiger Lake in September.

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|Leak reveals initial information about the Lenovo Slim 7

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