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Processor: 12th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-12800HX Processor (E-cores up to 3.40 GHz P-cores up to 4.80 GHz)
Operating System: Windows 11 Home 64
Operating System Language: Windows 11 Home 64 English
Microsoft Productivity Software: None
Memory: 16 GB DDR5-4800MHz (SODIMM) - (2 x 8 GB)
Solid State Drive: 512 GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4 TLC
Display: 16" WQXGA (2560 x 1600), IPS, Anti-Glare, Non-Touch, HDR400, 100%sRGB, 500 nits, 165Hz, Narrow Bezel
Graphic Card: NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX™ 3070 Ti 8GB GDDR6X
Camera: FHD with Dual Microphone
Color: Storm Grey
Keyboard: RGB Backlit, Storm Grey - English (US)
Wireless: Wi-Fi 6E 2x2 AX & Bluetooth® 5.1 or above
Battery: 4 Cell Li-Polymer 99.9Wh
Power Cord: 300W AC Adapter Slim (3pin)-US
Language Pack: Publication - Polish/Portuguese/English
Warranty: 1 Year Courier or Carry-in
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11-26-2022 at 05:26 PM.
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Does anyone know if these specs are worth it at this price?
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11-26-2022 at 07:31 PM.
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Does anyone know if these specs are worth it at this price?
Maybe if the processor and GPU were just launched. But given that new CPUs and graphics card are only a few months away, this is a bit pricey. I feel like this should be closer to $1500.
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11-26-2022 at 08:57 PM.
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Maybe if the processor and GPU were just launched. But given that new CPUs and graphics card are only a few months away, this is a bit pricey. I feel like this should be closer to $1500.
so you are saying in 2 months, the lenovo legion 7 with 32gb ram and 4070ti and 13th gen intel will be this price? lmao.....

reality check. this is the 2022 model, which means it is current and the legion 7 is top of the line gaming laptop. you may feel it should be 1500, but it won't ever be that. i feel it should be free. cause why not. but won 't be that either.

my guess is mid next year the new model with the new CPU and the new GPU might be available for full retail, and end of the 2023, it might be around the price of this.
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11-26-2022 at 09:14 PM.
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so you are saying in 2 months, the lenovo legion 7 with 32gb ram and 4070ti and 13th gen intel will be this price? lmao.....

reality check. this is the 2022 model, which means it is current and the legion 7 is top of the line gaming laptop. you may feel it should be 1500, but it won't ever be that. i feel it should be free. cause why not. but won 't be that either.

my guess is mid next year the new model with the new CPU and the new GPU might be available for full retail, and end of the 2023, it might be around the price of this.
I didn't say next year's model would go at that price. I was saying the current model can realistically reach $1500-1600 because other competitors have been able to reach those levels. The price is just higher than expected because of chip shortages/inflation and since it's a highly rated product, Lenovo knows they can charge a premium.
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11-26-2022 at 09:34 PM.
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I didn't say next year's model would go at that price. I was saying the current model can realistically reach $1500-1600 because other competitors have been able to reach those levels. The price is just higher than expected because of chip shortages/inflation and since it's a highly rated product, Lenovo knows they can charge a premium.
Do you think the Legion 7 Gen 7 (2022) AMD version 6800H and RX 6700M is a better deal?
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11-26-2022 at 09:40 PM.
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Do you think the Legion 7 Gen 7 (2022) AMD version 6800H and RX 6700M is a better deal?
Not sure how much that one is but if you're wanting better battery life and strictly gaming, then AMD would be fine. I know there's a 6800H with 3070Ti for $1400.
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11-26-2022 at 10:31 PM.
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I didn't say next year's model would go at that price. I was saying the current model can realistically reach $1500-1600 because other competitors have been able to reach those levels. The price is just higher than expected because of chip shortages/inflation and since it's a highly rated product, Lenovo knows they can charge a premium.
if lenovo knows they can charge a premium, why wouldn't they? not all manufacturers are equal, some are lower priced than others.

also if this can reach $1500, then why hasn't it ever been that before? and most likely never will be that? the 5i pro with these specs, isn't even $1500...

if you just want any laptop with a 3070ti,this probably isn't for you. buyers should know that and see other models for less they can get.
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11-26-2022 at 10:31 PM.
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Not everyone can get ID.me discount.
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11-26-2022 at 10:54 PM.
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if lenovo knows they can charge a premium, why wouldn't they? not all manufacturers are equal, some are lower priced than others.

also if this can reach $1500, then why hasn't it ever been that before? and most likely never will be that? the 5i pro with these specs, isn't even $1500...

if you just want any laptop with a 3070ti,this probably isn't for you. buyers should know that and see other models for less they can get.
It hasn't been that before mainly because of the odd higher specs of this model. Most people don't need the pricey 12800HX. The sweet spot is an Intel i7 with 3070Ti. If the AMD version can be had for $1400, there isn't any reason it's not possible for an i7/3070Ti config to go for $1500. Sure, Lenovo can try and charge a premium, but a buyer doesn't have to agree with their hard earned money. An educated buyer knows it's definitely achievable with a little patience and the right discounts.
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11-27-2022 at 12:25 AM.
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ID.Me makes this not really slick. At least for me. This is a pretty awesome machine though.
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11-27-2022 at 01:08 AM.
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I add the RAM to 32GB and SSD to 1TB like OP, but my price before R10 is $1923.50. Did I miss it by any chance? There is no way I can get it close to $1600, yet alone $1500
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11-27-2022 at 04:02 AM.
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ID.Me makes this not really slick. At least for me. This is a pretty awesome machine though.
Doesn't id.me require proof such as social security card, passport, license etc?
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Not everyone can get ID.me discount.
and even if you qualify, don't you have to provide a ton of documentation?
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Do you think the Legion 7 Gen 7 (2022) AMD version 6800H and RX 6700M is a better deal?
Link to your suggested laptop and price?
You would think this is better because it would run significantly cooler than the equivalent intel + nvidia combo.
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