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20% off Lenovo (Legion 5 15.6" FHD Ryzen 7 4800H 16GB RAM 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD GTX 1650 Ti 4GB $1,215.20 Delivered) @ Lenovo eBay

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Here is another Lenovo Legion 5 deal at Lenovo eBay store. This model, 82B5005AAU, has a 100% sRGB gamut coverage screen.

Tech Specs

Processor AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800H (8C / 16T, 2.9 / 4.2GHz, 4MB L2 / 8MB L3)
Operating System Windows 10 Home 64
Display Type 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) WVA 300nits Anti-glare, 60Hz, 100% sRGB Gamut
Memory 2x 8GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200
Hard Drive 1TB HDD 5400rpm 2.5"
Second Hard Drive 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe
Graphics NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Ti 4GB GDDR6
Camera 720p
Fingerprint Reader No Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard 4-Zone RGB LED backlit, English
Wireless 11ax, 2x2
Integrated Mobile Broadband No Wireless WAN
Battery Integrated 60Wh
AC Adapter 170W Slim Tip
Warranty 1 Year Depot

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  • +1 vote

    Tech newbie here, do the models posted have different screens?

    100% SRGB gamut coverage screen.

    Not exactly sure what that means

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      Since the LCD screen is one of the costly componet of laptop computer, manufactural will use cheaper screen with less gamut coverage screen, which looks less vibrant.

      Here is a sample image for your reference.

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        Very clear explanation. Thanks a lot! :D

      • +8 votes

        That sample imagine….. Feels a little exaggerated

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          Too funny

          Yup. Something less that all those colours, but not that bad

        • +2 votes

          Maybe you just can't see the full colours because you're not using the monitor with 100% sRGB

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      Yes there are different model screens.
      This one has the cheaper low res screens.
      I have read reviews on the better screens they run at 120Hz, people said definitely get the better screen way better.
      I bought the model with better screen but paid over $200 extra for that privilege.
      I could not find a model with the better screen at a cheaper price, I watched for a few weeks.
      I think these cheaper screens models are harder to move and hence the cheaper prices.

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        On the Gaming 3 model, I noticed it's got the 120hz screen but that was only listed at 250nits, it really is confusing. I wonder which screen is actually better.

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        If you want a nice looking screen you want >=300 nits and >=97% sRGB or >= 72% NTSC.
        If you want smooth gaming then >=120hz.
        Gamers often sacrifice a nice looking screen for smooth gaming. Some screens give you both however.

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        Do you have a link to the one with the better screen? Is it also discounted? Thanks.

  • +3 votes

    "100% sRGB Gamut"
    FINALLY

    • +1 vote

      Waiting for 110%

  • +2 votes

    Using this laptop with extremal monitor and sit on a hollow laptop stand, great performance for normal gaming.
    Just be aware the heat sink holes on the bottom are easily blocked by dirt due to the power of the fans are strong, it sucks the dust from the desk!

  • +4 votes

    Far better than that recent rubbish 11th Gen Intel Dell deal, at almost exactly the same price.

  • +1 vote

    It doesn't have thunderbolt 4 right so how do they come around that issue? Does docks work someone please advise as I am confused.

    • +4 votes

      You don't need thunderbolt to use a docking station. A USB C docking station (non thunderbolt) will work for almost everything. From my understanding thunderbolt is used for things such as external GPUs.

    • +1 vote

      I'm sure this laptop would support 4K60p over USB-C displayport alt mode.

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    Does this support a USB-C docking station. e.g. DELL universal docking station? https://www.dell.com/en-au/work/shop/dell-universal-dock-d60...

    Or do I have to use the USB component of the docking station. Side question. Does the USB rather than USB-C make the transfer of information to screens slower?

    Apologies in advance for poor technology lingo

    • +2 votes

      I used Dell Thunderbolt Dock – WD19TBS on this Legion 5 for a month, it support two external monitor via hdmi and display port, no delay or lagging on external monitor observed.
      However the dock can not charge back to laptop via usb-c port, hence the laptop and dock needs two chargers.

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    Thoughts on this deal vs the current Omen deal? https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/265131899974?hash=item3dbb17bc46...

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    This sounds weird but I really wanna find the weight of this badboy

    • +1 vote

      Starts at 2.3kg per the Lenovo website.

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        Damn thanks my legs ain't a fan of that

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      Is that list price realistic?!?

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        Definitely not. Pretty sure it was Lenovo that had that 99% off laptop deal the other month haha.

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          Haha, right. Dumb comment from me. Cheers

    •  

      It's cheaper for those who have the Lenovo education portal - price at $2,239.

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    What about this one for $599, for Zoom calls, productivity work
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/402720444986?epid=13046085069&ha...

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      Good choice.

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      The frame is UGLY.

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    So this item doesnt have wifi capability ? Not a computer guy so correct me if im wrong

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      Wireless 11ax, 2x2

    • +1 vote

      It does have Wi-Fi capability.

      Integrated Mobile Broadband: No Wireless WAN

      means no mobile modem and SIM card slot for road warrior.

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    This or this ?https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/621865

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      The razer is out of stock mate.

      • +1 vote

        Online yes but in-store no. I got one already

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          Good on ya! Are you liking it?

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    Returned the Legion from the previous Amazon deal and ordered this. Thanks.

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      What is the difference? saw the other one had 4600H but don't know what this means?

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        Better CPU and an additional 1TB HDD in this deal.

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    Tech Illiterate here. Would this be capable of running VR?

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      Probably not very well, GPU isn't very powerful

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    Does this have MMX technology?

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    Does this have a usb type c charger?

  • +3 votes

    Does this run commander keen?

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      Duke Nukem classic is where its at

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    good specs and price, but the 256GB SSD is a dealbreaker, you'll only be able to install a handful of games. i'd personally swap out that 2.5" HDD for another SSD ASAP …5400RPM HDD is so out of date

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    Thanks OP. Grabbed one. Had been waiting for this config but with a decent screen and didn’t want to spend 1700 for the 1660ti model.

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    Stupid question but is the OS and 'main' drive the ssd or the 5400?

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      I'm guessing it would be the ssd.

  • +1 vote

    Hi everyone just be careful buying this particular model from lenovo. The screen is extremely thin and flexible. It is prone to cracking when closing the lid. Happened to me and Lenovo does not cover the screen replacement under warranty.

  •  

    thanks OP, just bought it.
    Was on the chat with lenovo directly and wouldn't price match (or match the UNiDAYs deal) so ended up buying via ebay!

  •  

    recieved mine today, delivered on 3rd day!

    I'm used to 14 inch T and E series, man, hefty unit! the screen does seem a bit flimsy and I miss the touch screen already. anyway. that's all in the specs so no surprises really! Gives me the ability to edit video/photos on the go so it will do the job! might need a bigger backpack!!

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    got mine delivered yesterday. just upgraded from ASUS N56VM (got in 2013 and upgraded the hdd to ssd).
    other than a flimsy screen in the legion, it is great. it is a bit on the heavy side.