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Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3i Review And Specification

Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3i Review And Specification

The newest laptop to enter the fiercely competitive market is the Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3i (82S9003AUS). That's the lower to mid-range market that seems to get refreshed every few weeks with a machine that costs between $1000 and $1,500, has a 144Hz+ display, and an Nvidia RTX 30-series GPU.

We recently examined the Acer Nitro 5 and the Asus TUF Dash F15, two outstanding devices that redefine what kind of performance you can expect from a gaming laptop under $1,000. Both machines represent exceptional value for money.

With the launching of the IdeaPad Gaming 3i (model 82S9003AUS), Lenovo has introduced a new Intel Core i5-12500H processor. Other hardware, such as the RTX 3050 GPU, 8GB RAM, and 512GB TLC SSD, is largely normal at this price range. Will the recently released Alder Lake chip surpass the others?

  • Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3i Specification 
  • Processor : Intel Core i7 11th Gen Core i7-11370H
  • Graphics adapter : Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050
  • Memory : 8GB , up to 32(GB)
  • Display : 15.60 inch 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel , 120 Hz
  • Storage : 512GB
  • Operating System : Microsoft Windows 10 Home
  • Weight : 2.25 kg 


The latest IdeaPad has a design that is fairly similar to Lenovo's Legion 5 models in both appearance and feel. However, that's actually not a terrible thing because it still has a few Legion-specific features, like the smart arrangement of most of the laptop's ports, some of which are at the back, and a lid hinge that is positioned 30 mm forward.

The more expensive Lenovo Legion 5 comes in two color schemes: Phantom Blue with a 4-zone RGB keyboard illumination and Diamond White with blue backlighting. It is only available in Onyx Grey with a basic backlit keyboard. Nevertheless, the gray in our review model is stylish and understated, so you can use it for both work and gaming.

Compared to some of the competition, the IdeaPad Gaming series has always had a little more sophisticated appearance, and the current edition is no exception. Nothing about it blatantly screams "gamers," not even the RGB-lit keyboard like its Legion 5 siblings. All of us support modest artistic restraint.

The Lenovo Ideapad Gaming 3i is a standard notebook in terms of both size and weight. With dimensions of 14.13 x 9.83 x 0.98 inches and a weight of 8.23 pounds, this device is undoubtedly at the top of its class, particularly in terms of depth, thanks to the ledge that extends past the hinge assembly.

A Cozy Keyboard And An Abundance of Ports

It is also difficult to discover any issues with the Ideapad Gaming 3i's keyboard. It's still a roomy, full-width device with a numeric keypad and a set of full-size cursor keys that are positioned slightly off from the main keyboard, even with the white lighting. It has an extremely sturdy build quality, with a perfectly sized trackpad that is slightly shifted to the left.

The 15.6-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 IPS panel that this machine employs is excellent. For the majority of tasks, its volume of 98.8% and sRGB gamut coverage of 94% are perfect. The screen is matte and not touch-enabled, as is typical with most gaming laptops. If you want a display with QHD resolution or support for G-Sync from Nvidia, you may want to choose the more costly Legion 5 Pro or Legion 7 models.

Certain ports on the IdeaPad Gaming are arranged in a row along the back. An RJ45 LAN connector, HDMI, a single USB Type-C that is compatible with DisplayPort 1.4, and a custom DC-in jack are all located here. There is a USB Type-A port on the right side and a 3.5mm audio jack and another USB Type-A port on the left.

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