Lenovo’s Legion lineups offer something for everyone. They have laptops for hardcore gamers, on-the-go people, and even some budget and mid-range options. We recently did a quick breakdown of the new Legion 5, with which Lenovo is trying to capture the mid-range gaming market.
With it, the question of “How good the new is compared to the old one?” arises and while we can’t answer than in detail right now, what we can do is give you a quick comparison so you can get a basic picture of the gap between them.
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