Lenovo Legion Slim 7 gaming laptop with Intel Comet Lake-H CPUs gets leaked ahead of official announcement
A host of new slim laptops from Lenovo has been leaked on Twitter ahead of the official announcements, and among these is a Lenovo Legion Slim 7 gaming system powered by Intel. Twitter user WalkingCat apparently managed to obtain presentation slides with several slim models that were most likely passed on by sneaky Lenovo partners. The slides unfortunately do not include full specs or pricing info, but some models appear to have more detailed feature highlights.
From what we can see in the leaked slides, the Legion Slim 7 will get CPU options up to an i9 Comet Lake-H, but the dGPU will be limited to an RTX 2060 due to the thickness restrictions. However, there are some interesting features to make up for the limitations. First of all, Lenovo is including quality displays, with 144 Hz 1080p and 60 Hz 4K HDR options that get 100% sRGB color gamut. Additionally, the webcam at the top of the display is getting a privacy shutter feature for increased security.
Furthermore, the Legion Slim 7 model will incorporate an “advanced TrueStrike” gaming keyboard with white backlight, plus a fingerprint reader integrated in the power button. To alleviate any cooling concerns that could arise with the slim design, Lenovo is providing a vapor chamber. Port selection includes at least three USB-A 3.0 and two USB-C connectors, and we suspect there may even be a Thunderbolt 3 connector on the right edge. Other features include Dolby Atmos speakers and an 8-hour battery autonomy, along with rapid charging through one of the USB-C ports.