Lenovo has announced the release of Legion laptops addressed to gamers. These computers will use the latest Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics cards, Max-Q Design technology and 10th generation Intel Core H mobile processors (Comet Lake-H).
More precisely, the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super card and Max-Q Design support can be counted on in the Lenovo Legion 7i laptop, while the younger Lenovo Legion 5 model will receive an RTX 2060 graphics card. In any case, Lenovo Legion gaming laptops will optionally support Nvidia adaptive synchronization technology G-Sync.
In addition, these laptops will be the first products to support Advanced Optimus technology, developed in conjunction with Nvidia. The essence of this technology is to dynamically determine the load on the graphics subsystem and automatically select between the Nvidia graphics card (at high load) or the integrated graphics processor (at low load). Allegedly, this helps to save battery power when working with undemanding applications and get maximum performance and frame rate in games.