Lenovo announced the Legion 9i, an ultra-powerful laptop, which is designed for a gamer and content creator. The new product has a solid, sophisticated system. This has the main feature, a liquid cooling, which was developed by the developers in a way that dissipates the energy generated by the battery based on the nozzle.
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Legion 9i has a 15 inch Mini-LED display with a resolution of 3200 x 2000 pixels (3.2K), 16:10 aspect ratio, and a 165Hz refresh rate. The panel used consists of 3 meters, 100% colour space with a full display and one thousand meters of daylight. NVIDIA G-Sync and Dolby Vision technologies support, the DisplayHDR 1000 standard. The presence of a TUV certificate issued by the Rheinland institute confirms a lesser amount of blue light that is harmful to the eyes.
The hardware behind this new product is a processor and a discrete NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 with 16 GB of video memory. In a maximum configuration, the device includes two 32 GB RAM and a pair of M.2 SSD drives that have a capacity of 1 TB each. Powerful operation is provided with an electric 99,9 Watt rechargeable battery which provides rapid charging, and that process of increasing energy from zero to 70% is 30 minutes and up to 50%.
Legion 9 supports Internet access 7. I would like to show you the existence of Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, USB Type-C, USB Type-A ports, a headset jack.
The liquid cooling system developed in collaboration with Cooler Master is responsible for dissipation, which is activated only when the temperature reaches 84C. This makes the money available to the world. The cooling was very effective and Lenovo allowed to raise the cost of GPU control by an additional 10 W. In addition, the laptop is equipped with an AI chip LA-2, the main task of which is to recoup the power of CPU and GPU and to raise the performance.
Legion 9i will be available in Carbon Black with LED backlighting for the chassis and keyboard. The new Lenovo laptop is going to cost $439 at retail.
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