Best of CES 2021: The Top 20 PCs, Mobile Devices And Wearables
Our Best of CES roundup includes our picks for the top 20 laptops, desktop PCs, smartphones, 2-in-1 tablets and wearable devices that were unveiled at CES 2021.
Lenovo Legion 7
Lenovo said that its new Legion 7 laptop will deliver massive performance for gaming through the inclusion of AMD’s new Ryzen 5000 H-series chips. Configuration options go up to the AMD Ryzen 9 5900H mobile processor, offering eight high-performance cores as well as solid battery life (estimated at up to eight hours on a charge). The Legion 7 will also include the latest-generation Nvidia GeForce RTX graphics and up to 32 GB of 3200MHz DDR4 RAM. Meanwhile, Lenovo is touting the Legion 7 as “the world’s first 16-inch QHD gaming laptop,” with its 16-inch display boasting resolution of 2,560 x 1,600, as well as a 165Hz refresh rate. The display also stands out with its 16:10 aspect ratio—offering 11 percent more usable screen real estate for an improved field of view, Lenovo said. The Lenovo Legion 7 is planned for availability in June.