Lenovo’s new Legion 7 gaming laptop. | Image: Lenovo

Lenovo has announced several new products to join its fleet of Legion gaming products, and as you’ll notice throughout this post, it’s also simplifying its naming conventions. On the high end, the new Legion 7 features support for Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2080 Super Max-Q graphics chips and Intel’s new 10th Gen i9 H-series processors, following announcements earlier this month that other manufacturers like MSI, Razer, Asus, and others are doing the same.

Lenovo is sticking with a 1080p display for this machine, though it’s offering an upgrade from the default 144Hz refresh rate to 240Hz for an extra cost. The Legion 7 features Lenovo’s TrueStrike keyboard that offers decent 1.3mm travel per key and makes room for large arrow keys a full…

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