Best Lenovo Gaming Laptops in India

By Faizan Siddiqui | Price Updated 20-Jan-2023

Lenovo is one of the biggest laptop manufacturers in the world with laptops in every available segment from budget multimedia machines to enterprise devices, they make everything. Their two most popular line of laptops are the ThinkPad line which is catered to the professional crowd and then the Legion line which is made for gamers. The Legion laptops have been one of the top picks when it comes to the best gaming laptops for the past few years, especially last year when the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro was one of the best laptops to get in 2021. With their innovative designs and bleeding-edge specifications here is a list of the best Lenovo gaming laptops along with their price in India that you can buy right now.

01. Lenovo Legion 7 16ACHg6

Lenovo Legion 7 16ACHg6

The Legion 7 is the most powerful laptop sold by Lenovo right now. It comes with the Ryzen 9 5900HX which is an 8-Core / 16-Thread Chip based on the AMD “ZEN 3” microarchitecture with a base clock of 3.30 GHz and a boost clock of 4.60 GHz, it is one of the most powerful chip that “ZEN 3” has to offer paired with a 3080 with 16 GB GDDR6 VRAM and a power limit of 165 W it is still one of the most powerful mobile GPUs available in the market. Unlike most Legion laptops, the Legion 7’s design isn’t something you’d call understated, with RGB lighting all around the base of the laptop including the vents, keyboard and the logo on the lid the Legion 7 will stand out in a crowd. The RGB is controlled by the Corsair iCue software and can be turned off completely if it’s not something to your liking. Overall the Legion 7 is an excellent pick in its price range.

02. Lenovo Legion 5i Pro

Lenovo Legion 5i Pro

The Legion 5i Pro comes with the Intel 11th Gen Core i7-11800H which is an 8-Cores / 16-Thread CPU based on the Intel 10nm SuperFin architecture, with a base frequency of 2.30 Ghz and boost frequency of 4.60 GHz, it is an excellent CPU paired with an NVIDIA RTX 3060 GPU with 6 GB of GDDR6 VRAM. It’s a 16-inch laptop with a beautiful 1600p 165 Hz IPS display with a 100% coverage of the sRGB colour space making it a perfect panel for both gaming and content creation. Its other notable specs include 16 GB of DDR4 memory, 1 TB of Gen 4 NVMe storage, a pretty big 80 Whr battery and a great set of I/O ports including two Thunderbolt 4 ports which are excellent. The Legion 5i Pro is an excellent option to pick up if you need a laptop on the Intel platform.

03. Lenovo Legion Slim 7 Gen 6

Lenovo Legion Slim 7 Gen 6

As the name suggests the Legion Slim 7 is a slim gaming laptop coming in at just under 16 mm thick and 1.9 kg it lives up to its name. It comes equipped with a Ryzen 5 5800H which is an 8-Core / 16-Thread CPU, based on AMD’s refined 7nm+ architecture, it has a base clock of 3.20 GHz and boost clocks of 4.40 GHz making it an excellent power-efficient CPU paired with the NVIDIA RTX 3060 GPU with 6 GB of GDDR6 VRAM. The overall design of the Legion Slim 7 is really clean and minimalistic with its all-black chassis and minimal branding. It's excellent for students or even professionals who need something discreet. With its 16 GB of DDR4 memory and 1440p 165 Hz display, the Legion Slim 7 is an excellent choice for people who need something slim and lightweight whilst also being powerful enough for gaming.


04. Lenovo Legion 5 Pro

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro

The Legion 5 Pro is one of the most popular laptops that launched last year, with its excellent specifications and great design it was said to be the most complete gaming laptop you could buy at its price. The Legion 5 pro comes equipped with the 5800H which is an 8-Core / 16-Thread Chip paired with the NVIDIA RTX 3060 and a TDP of 130 W. The best thing about the legion 5 pro has to be its gorgeous 1600p 165 Hz IPS display with a 16:10 aspect ratio which was unheard of in a gaming laptop at the time, a display perfect for both gamers and content creators. Its other notable specs include 16 GB of 3200 MHz DDR4 memory and 1 TB of NVMe storage. With everything the Legion 5 pro offers, it's still one of the best gaming laptops you can buy in the market right now.

05. Lenovo Legion 5

Lenovo Legion 5

The Legion 5 comes with a Ryzen 7 5800H which is an 8-Core / 16-Thread chip based on AMD’s “ZEN 3” microarchitecture and the NVIDIA RTX 3060 that comes with 6 GB of GDDR6 VRAM and a TDP of 130 W making it an extremely powerful GPU capable of running most modern titles at 1440p. Its other specs include a 15.6-inch 1440p 165 Hz display with a peak brightness of 500 nits and Dolby vision certification for an amazing visual experience, 16 GB of 3200 MHz dual-channel memory, and 1 TB of NVMe Storage and an 80 Whr battery. Something that makes the legion line up excellent is the inclusion of a mux switch which gives us the ability to disable the laptop’s iGPU and use the discrete card as the primary GPU increasing its effective performance. The Legion 5 is one of the best laptops offered by Lenovo and an excellent pick at its price.



Powered by an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor, the Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i is a great choice for a large variety of users. Not only is it economical but the AMD Radeon Integrated graphics also helps with gaming. We’re not talking AAA-titles but plenty of eSports titles and casual games can easily be played on this machine. One could say that this fact arguably makes this the best Lenovo gaming laptop under 50,000 because of its great keyboard which offers a very good typing experience. The Ideapad Slim 3 promises up to 9 hours of battery life and you can switch between ‘Max mode’, for maximum CPU performance and the ‘Battery saving mode’ for optimal battery life. You definitely want that if you’re going to be taking notes all day and typing up assignments all night long. The IdeaPad Slim 3 also has 8 GB of RAM onboard along with a 512 GB SSD for ultra-fast boot times of your operating system. Last but not the least, you also get a 14-inch full HD display with an anti-glare coating, so you can binge-watch those streaming services without worrying about any of the glare that is normally associated with reflective displays.


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