Lenovo Legion 5 Pro review: AMD and Nvidia in harmony

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro review: AMD and Nvidia in harmony

Lenovo's Legion 5 Pro is a great gaming laptop with a bright 16-inch QHD display, a fantastic keyboard, and speedy performance by way of an unlikely AMD and Nvidia pairing.
Wouldn't the world be great if we could all just work together? Enemies could be allies, foes could be friends. Lenovo's Legion 5 Pro proves what's possible when two opposing forces come together for the greater good. Those forces are AMD and Nvidia, and the greater good is the gaming community. Armed with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800 CPU and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3070 graphics, the Legion 5 Pro gives gamers the power they need to run the latest AAA titles at Ultra graphics settings.

Stellar performance doesn't tell the full tale. Seemingly inspired by its business-focused ThinkPad relatives, the Legion 5 Pro flaunts one of the best keyboards I've ever used. Paired with a comfortable typing experience is a bright and vivid 16-inch display, a generous selection of ports and decent battery life. The laptop's bland and thick chassis means it won't satisfy mobile gamers, but for everyone else, the Legion 5 Pro is among the best gaming laptops available today.