The Lenovo Legion 5 Pro with RTX 3060 crashes to its lowest ever price — nearly $600 off!

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro
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Right now, you can get $581 off the Lenovo Legion 5 Pro (opens in new tab) — one of the best gaming laptops just became a must buy at its lowest ever price.

If you've been looking for a powerful portable system on a budget, you'll know they've been hard to come by recently. That's what makes this deal all the more incredible: a massive display, tactile keyboard, and sleek design with all the horsepower to play the biggest titles.

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro deal

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro: was $1,760, now $1,179 @ eBay (opens in new tab)

Lenovo Legion 5 Pro: was $1,760, now $1,179 @ eBay (opens in new tab)
This gaming laptop earned our coveted Editor's Choice award for its bright 16-inch (2560 x 1600) 165Hz display and excellent overall performance. In terms of hardware, it packs an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD. Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 GPU with 6GB of dedicated memory handles graphics. 

In our Lenovo Legion 5 Pro review, we were stunned by its 16-inch (2560 x 1600) 165Hz display that lights up the night with up to 500nits of brightness. We were also impressed by the laptop's excellent productivity and gaming performance. The Legion 5 Pro earned an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars and our illustrious Editor's Choice award.

While gaming is this laptop's bread and butter, the Legion 5 Pro also excels at photo and video editing. The laptop configuration we recommend has a 16-inch (2560 x 1600) 165Hz display and houses an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H processor with 16GB of RAM. To top it all off it also has Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3060 GPU with 6GB of graphics memory and a 512GB SSD. 

Connectivity is nary an issue with the Lenovo Legion 5 pro. In total it features four USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 ports, two USB-C Thunderbolt ports, an HDMI 2.1 port, an Ethernet jack, and a headphone/mic combo port. If you somehow still find yourself needing more connection options beyond this, you could always opt for a USB-C hub, but I doubt it will be a problem. 

Jason England
Staff Writer

Jason brings a decade of tech and gaming journalism experience to his role as a writer at Laptop Mag. He takes a particular interest in writing articles and creating videos about laptops, headphones and games. He has previously written for Kotaku, Stuff and BBC Science Focus. In his spare time, you'll find Jason looking for good dogs to pet or thinking about eating pizza if he isn't already.