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Lenovo Legion 5 15" 60Hz 100% sRGB FHD Ryzen 7 4800H 16GB RAM 256GB SSD GTX 1650 Ti $1,376.1 Delivered @ Lenovo Education Store


*Please let us know if their are any possible working coupon codes. Ready to ship. Not an affiliate link I am making no money from this :(. Using a student account you can get this computer for cheapest sale price. Just sign up for Lenovo student account if you are a student or your family member is a student. I assume the computer is built to last, I have tested it in a store, the computer is extremely fast, slightly flimsy screen and keyboard, very comfortable. Currently have seen no better deal for the specs and build quality. If I were you guys I would wait a bit longer for possible even better holiday deals and since people aren't buying they will be pressured to lower prices.

What other people said: extremely fast, great display, cooling is on point, looks professional unlike other gaming laptops, sturdy. This laptop is all around killer for students and better version can be found for gamers, which I am not interested in really. I wasted hours researching for laptops the Lenovo Legion for the price is unmatched I gotta say.

Warranty: 1 year


AMD Ryzen 7 4800H

15.6" FHD (1920x1080) WVA 300nits Anti-glare, 60Hz, 100% sRGB Gamut (does the job for designers)

Memory: 2x 8GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200 (16GB memory)

Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6 (decent not the best)

Hard Drive: 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe + 1TB HDD 5400rpm 2.5" (512GB SSD would be ideal for me)

Keyboard: 4-Zone RGB LED backlight, Engliash (typo on their website lol, nice rgb keyboard bonus)

Battery: Integrated 60Wh

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  • +2

    1650ti means me no buy

  • You are not able to get this price if neither you or your relatives are students, right?

    • +1

      or just message doweyy below :)

    • I would recommend reading their terms of service when you apply for it on the education store

  • +5

    If anyone needs access to the student store, please PM me and I can share the code (it's generic but will be removed if shared publicly).

    • What code? For what?

    • +1

      It doesn't really.

      2 different laptops.
      The Dell would be for uni/work/all day battery life.
      The Lenovo is for gaming/cad/video editing.

      • I beleive one could edit video on Dell. So Lenovo is more expensive mostly because of the video card?

        • +1

          You probably wouldn't really want to, without a dedicated graphics card and low power processor rendering would be painfully slow unfortunately.

          • @Drakesy: At the moment I am doing it on my Inspirion 7559 equipped with Intel Core i5-6300HQ and Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M, it is fast enough for me.
            It is quite old. Is Dell being several years newer slower than that? Thanks

            • +1

              @Musiclover: Given the lack of dedicated graphics in the dell I'd say it would be a similar speed to your current one

    • +1

      Your would be comparing the Dell, with an Intel 15w TDP quadcore, to a 45w TDP AMD 8 core In the Legion. The 4800H is pretty much faster than anything Intel has at the moment in the 45w TDP limit. (Please don't respond with dodgy stats.) The Legion would get up to 5hrs battery life, given it's gaming focus. There is a larger capacity battery available in other regions which can extend battery life to about 7 hrs or more, but it's not available in Australia.

  • Anyone having the same issue as me that in the lenovo educational portal (unidays/studentbeans), we can't seem to be able to proceed with the shopping cart? Says " You need to provide additional information for this product in order to complete your purchase.Enter your company name to create a Microsoft Product Portal account to manage and provision your M365 licenses

    • +1

      Yes! - Then I resized the browser window and the checkout option appears at the top of the screen

  • +2

    If they just supplied the 1660ti one in Aus, would've been an Insta buy for me. Shame you can only import it :(

    • Your wish has been granted — go check the store now.

  • +1

    I keep seeing these education deals and crying, my tafe login has been messing up for like a month. Should probably do something about that.

  • +1

    I got this from the lenovo deal earlier and couldn't be happier. Replaced my 6 yrs old macbookpro. Main use is for office work. Its extremely quick and looks really nice and well built. Looks very professional too. If I use it on battery saver mode with screen at 75% brightness, for office work it lasts more than 7hrs easily with plenty of YouTube and YouTube music usage as well.

    • Have you had any issues with the rubbery interior coating? I've read some reviews where they suggest it might chip/scratch quite easily. Maybe only an issue with earlier versions??

      • None so far. Seems to not have any scratches or marks.

  • 15.6" FHD is tiny compared to 17" laptops, it's a big difference, just letting you guys know. When buying a laptop you should see it in store first.

  • Also very important to note for those who want quality and bang for buck. The Lenovo Legion 5P, the P means premium I assume is like the regular Legion but the build is made from metal rather than plastic, I am waiting for a Legion 5P amd version instead of a 5Pi intel version. That will be an insanely high spec computer for under $2K.

  • Anyone able to provide a code for education store?


  • +1

    Have been trying to get one of these for the last week or more (even before the Black Friday sale) but they have been out of stock the whole time. They came back into stock for a very short time earlier tonight and managed to fluke one for the sale price. Must be my lucky day! Went straight back out of stock again then. $1376 is by far the cheapest R7 4800h laptop around currently.

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