Lenovo today announced a baker’s dozen of new and refreshed gaming laptops and desktops, plus a spattering of accessories, including an external GPU box. It’s a confusing roundup at first glance, but the general takeaway is that these new and updated configurations leverage the latest mobile CPUs from Intel (Comet Lake-H) and AMD (Ryzen 4000).

Interestingly, Intel is being given priority treatment, both in regards to the strength of the configurations and availability. To help make sense of it all, here’s a handy reference guide:

  • Legion Y740Si—starting at $1,199.99, May 2020
  • 15-inch Legion 7i—starting at $1,599.99, May 2020
  • 15-inch Legion 5Pi—not available in North America
  • 17-inch Legion 5Pi—not available in North America
  • 15-inch Legion 5i—starting at $829.99, May 2020
  • 17-inch Legion 5i—starting at $1,129.99, May 2020
  • 15-inch Legion 5 (AMD)—starting at $849.99, May 2020
  • Legion Tower 5i—starting at $799.99, May 2020
  • Legion Tower 5 (AMD)—arriving later this year
  • 15-inch IdeaPad Gaming 3i—starting at $729.99, May 2020
  • 15-inch IdeaPad Gaming 3 (AMD)—arriving later this year
  • IdeaCentre Gaming 5i—not available in North America
  • IdeaCentre Gaming 5 (AMD)—not available in North America

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