Has anyone used their RTX20xx / 30xx in the Legion laptops to try and power a budget VR headset (for example the Oculus Quest 2) in order to play more recent VR games like Half-Life Alyx? Was the performance satisfactory? Was the experience hassle-free?
What products would you like Lenovo to come out with next, that they don't already?
The question is exactly as in the subject line. Ideally thoughts in the Legion gaming products area but you can also put ideas for general Lenovo products too. Bonus points if you can link your new product idea somehow to a trait that makes Lenovo unique in their existing products or designs.
Will the new "AI Chip" in the 2023 Legion lineup actually improve performance?
According to the sales pitch from Lenovo, the 2023 Legion laptops are coming with a dedicated AI chip which will manage power allocation on the fly, giving the CPU and GPU exactly the power they need at the right times. But will it actually do anything that software isn't already? Lenovo advertises the…
I read somewhere that the pro and or 7 models have a secret advanced BIOS, is this actually true?
I think its something to do with pressing so many keys and you get more options. Having not owned a pro or a 7 I can't test that.
Hi everyone, I have a Lenovo Legion 5i Pro. Is it normal on YouTube and Twitch etc. for the video playing not to fill the entire screen because the monitor resolution is taller than most displays? The web browser fits the entire screen, it's just putting videos into full display mode. Cheers.
It's touting upto 15% better performance and all, but what is it doing that Smartshift isn't?
I'm no neigh sayer, just having to programmes doing the same thing could cause conflicts and how is this AI making these gains?
Just seems a little marketing to me, but I would love to be proven wrong.
With so much discussion about the new RTX 4000 Legion line coming soon, it would be interesting to see what Legion kit everyone currently has!
I've got a Legion 5 15ACH6H which I've upgraded to two 1TB + 500GB Nvme drives, 32GB of the faster spec DDR4 RAM and a limited edition Legion mousepad that…