Lenovo announced today (24) in Brazil the launch of the gaming notebook Legion Slim 7. The new gamer model from Lenovo’s premium line comes with a thinner and lighter body, in addition to strong hardware. Among its features, we have as its main dedicated video card NVIDIA Geforce Series 30, AMD Ryzen processor 9, until 32GB of RAM memory it is a SSD up to 1TB, plus an extra SSD slot. Now available in Brazil, prices start at R$17,999.
Lenovo Announces Legion 7 Gamer Laptop in Brazil
The Legion Slim 7 chassis is made of aluminum and even with a dedicated GPU, it weighs just 1.9Kg. Its white backlit keyboard favors use in low light environments, offering good performance in various circumstances. An interesting point that you can see externally is its power button which is also a fingerprint reader.
Through the Q Control 4.0 function, the performance of the Legion Slim 7 is regulated according to need. This way, the user will always have maximum performance in games and a great battery life when using applications that do not require as much processing power. When the player activates the performance mode, the CPU will have its clock increased, the cooler speed will be increased and the Advanced Optimus technology will be activated, identifying whether there is a need to use the dedicated graphics card (NVIDIA Geforce) or the integrated one present on Intel processors, for example.
The intelligent mode is indicated for daily use, where through a technology that uses artificial intelligence (AI), the ideal performance for each moment is determined, regulating the clock and the speed of the cooler. At the same time, there is also the option of silent mode, where the cooler and clock speed is reduced, in addition to disabling the Advanced Optimus function. According to Lenovo, “through the Legion IA Engine v1.0, it is possible to reconcile hardware, with software, firmware and driver so that the user has an optimal optimization to obtain a good performance, providing more frames per second during games.”
Audio and video
The Legion Slim 7 has a 15.6″ Full HD WVA anti-glare screen with 300 nits of brightness and 165 Hz refresh rate. In addition, Lenovo’s premium gaming notebook allows you to connect two Bluetooth headsets simultaneously to share the audio of a game or movie.
Through the 6 Killer AX1650 Wi-Fi network card, the player will have an excellent performance in terms of access speed and latency.
Launch and availability
The Lenovo Legion Slim 7 gaming notebook is now available from BRL 17,999 on Lenovo’s official website and at partner stores. For more information, visit the Lenovo website.