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Lenovo Legion 7i, 15.6" i7-10750H, GeForce RTX 2070 with Max-Q 8GB, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Win 10 Home Gaming Laptop - $1399.99 + FS

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Lenovo Via Newegg has Lenovo Legion 7i, 15.6" FHD IPS 144Hz, i7-10750H, GeForce RTX 2070 with Max-Q 8GB, 16GB, 512GB SSD, Win 10 Home on sale for $1399.99.

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Not really a deal, just about market price here. Better off w the 17.3" Omen from Costco w non Max Q 2070 and bigger SSD.
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Not really a deal, just about market price here. Better off w the 17.3" Omen from Costco w non Max Q 2070 and bigger SSD.
https://www.eluktronics.com/RP-15/

What do you think of this? without ram/ssd and without OS is $1049

I have all my own stuff
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https://www.eluktronics.com/RP-15/

What do you think of this? without ram/ssd and without OS is $1049

I have all my own stuff
Im not a computer wiz so you're better off asking someone more experienced. I wouldnt buy an off brand personally. Theres no reason when you can just wait for a reliable brand from a reliable retailer. Just my $.02
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Im not a computer wiz so you're better off asking someone more experienced. I wouldnt buy an off brand personally. Theres no reason when you can just wait for a reliable brand from a reliable retailer. Just my $.02
It's not exactly an off-brand, just not that common

youtube reviews seem solid and seems to take on the heat very well
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I bought 2 laptops. One legion and one omen. Same 10750h processor yet the legion is notably faster when tabbing out during video games. Not all pc's are made the same despite having the same components. Just my personal experience.
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Dave the youtuber reviewed this Legion and liked its thermal I recall.
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Seems to me that this is the Alienware from 2 weeks ago but slightly better thermals/build quality but $250 more.

Hard to see this as a deal right now tbh
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OP - can you please include the price in the listing so it can be seen in the thumbnail?
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I bought 2 laptops. One legion and one omen. Same 10750h processor yet the legion is notably faster when tabbing out during video games. Not all pc's are made the same despite having the same components. Just my personal experience.
Same experience here. Legion was a clear winner against Alienware and MSI. Desktops are pretty easy to compare spec for spec, but you just can't do that with laptops. All three laptops I tested had identical specs, and there was a 30 percent difference between them in our in-house benchmark due to throttling.
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Not really a deal, just about market price here. Better off w the 17.3" Omen from Costco w non Max Q 2070 and bigger SSD.
Difference being this one is still on sale and the omen deal expired?
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You snooze you lose.

You can try calling costco and speaking to customer service since the price just recently expired. It wasnt that great of a steal at $1399 anyway so 1) they may honor it, or 2) it will likely go on sale soon somewhere again.

Again not that hot of a deal but it's the best price I could find at 17.3" with a 2070 gpu. Its costco so I have 3 months if something better comes up.
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Same experience here. Legion was a clear winner against Alienware and MSI. Desktops are pretty easy to compare spec for spec, but you just can't do that with laptops. All three laptops I tested had identical specs, and there was a 30 percent difference between them in our in-house benchmark due to throttling.
Glad I'm not the only one. Im gonna trade this one in for a legion as soon as one w/ a 2070 goes on sale somewhere.
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https://www.eluktronics.com/RP-15/

What do you think of this? without ram ssd and without OS is $1049

I have all my own stuff
Love this deal. Download an os for free, get the drivers, update bios and gpu. Purchase 32 Gb of ram $125 and a nice low power ssd $135 https://www.amazon.com/SK-hynix-G...NrPXRydWU=

Only bad negative is Lenovo and others r makers are coming out with their models and they may be a more preimum case and screen.
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Not really a deal, just about market price here. Better off w the 17.3" Omen from Costco w non Max Q 2070 and bigger SSD.
Nearly identical specs, and it's $1,199 at Costco

https://www.costco.com/lenovo-legion-5-15.6%22-gaming-laptop---10th-gen-intel-core-i7-10750h---gefor... [costco.com]
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