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Lenovo Legion 5 R5-4600H Hexa Core GTX 1650Ti 8GB/256GB+1TB Gaming Laptop for $779 + FS or P/U at Walmart

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Offering a plethora of performance options for any gamer in a clean, minimalist design, the Legion 5 pairs revolutionary AMD Ryzen 4000 series Processors, NVIDIA GeForce Graphics, 3200MHZ DDR4 Memory, and M.2 NVMe PCIe SSD Storage, which pushes the CPU and GPU together for improved frame-rates. Plus, the Legion 5 combines blindingly fast refresh rates on a crisp 1080p display with hair-trigger inputs via the Legion TrueStrike keyboard with soft-landing switches allowing you to scream past competition and rise up through the ranks.
  • Operating System: Windows 10
  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 4600H Hexa-Core Processor
  • Display: 15.6" FHD 120Hz IPS Display
  • Memory: 8GB 3200MHz DDR4 RAM
  • Internal Storage: 1TB 7200RPM Hard Disk Drive + 256GB 2280 m.2 NVMe Solid State Drive
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 1650Ti 4GB Graphics Card
  • Optical Drive: None
  • Audio: 2 x 2.0W Speakers with Dual Array Microphones
  • Battery Life: Up to 5 Hours
  • Wireless: 2 x 2 802.11AX Wifi 6 with Bluetooth
  • Webcam: 720P with Privacy Shutter
  • Product Weight: 5.5lbs
  • Color: Phantom Black

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Is the RAM upgradable to 16GB?
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Is the RAM upgradable to 16GB?
According to CNET, upgradeable to 16GB

https://www.cnet.com/products/len...gb-ssd-us/


Lenovo site does NOT say RAM is soldered:

https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/L...82B5001XUS
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According to CNET, upgradeable to 16GB

https://www.cnet.com/products/len...gb-ssd-us/


Lenovo site does NOT say RAM is soldered:

https://psref.lenovo.com/Detail/L...82B5001XUS
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Waiting for a deal on the 144hz screen that is 300nits and closer to 100% srgb.
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Waiting for a deal on the 144hz screen that is 300nits and closer to 100% srgb.
I think even the 60hz 300nit 100% srgb is preferable to this one.
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Waiting for a deal on the 144hz screen that is 300nits and closer to 100% srgb.
I've been looking for a couple of days. But most of the laptops in this price range or under seem to have 250 nits. Would love to get a better screen as well but might have to settle on the hp x360.
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Waiting for a deal on the 144hz screen that is 300nits and closer to 100% srgb.
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They don't exist?
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I've been looking for a couple of days. But most of the laptops in this price range or under seem to have 250 nits. Would love to get a better screen as well but might have to settle on the hp x360.
Legion comes in 3 screen options, the 60hz display is 300nits, This one [ebay.com] was $805 four weeks ago.

,,,it will be again, the regular 1650 is considered low end now.

Tech specs on the Legion Ryzen 4000's:https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8GMY501444
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Can RAM be added for dual channel?
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Legion comes in 3 screen options, the 60hz display is 300nits, This one [ebay.com] was $805 four weeks ago.

,,,it will be again, the regular 1650 is considered low end now.

Tech specs on the Legion Ryzen 4000's:https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...8GMY501444 [lenovo.com]
My number 1 issue with my current 2 year old laptop is the screen. Finding a color accurate 15.6 inch display for under $1000 with upgradable parts and a discrete gpu for casual gaming has been a difficult journey. Screen quality has been the hardest information to look up and very confusing with different models, some not even listed on the manufacturer's web site. I saw in another thread that you went with the MSI Modern. Any suggestions on what you would buy today?

My current favorite (although a little overpowered for what I need) is a different configuration of this same model with a better screen https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6406883
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They don't exist?
Definitely exists. Lenovo has 60Hz 250 & 300 nit, 144Hz in both 300 & 500 nit and 240Hz w/500 nit available. May be coming out later but for the higher Hz and nit, definitely pushing that price up.
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My number 1 issue with my current 2 year old laptop is the screen. Finding a color accurate 15.6 inch display for under $1000 with upgradable parts and a discrete gpu for casual gaming has been a difficult journey. Screen quality has been the hardest information to look up and very confusing with different models, some not even listed on the manufacturer's web site. I saw in another thread that you went with the MSI Modern. Any suggestions on what you would buy today?

My current favorite (although a little overpowered for what I need) is a different configuration of this same model with a better screen https://www.bestbuy.com/site/leno...Id=6406883
For the price there, I may wait to see what 4th of July offers there will be especially since it's only a week away. Applause
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They don't exist?
It's a $50 upgrade on Lenovo's website.
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