Lenovo's Legion Tower 5i desktop has options for RGB and a transparent side panel

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Lenovo Legion Tower 5i Hero Press (Image credit: Lenovo)

What you need to know

  • Lenovo announced the Legion Tower 5i.
  • The desktop tower features a 10th Gen Intel processor and up to NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super graphics.
  • The Legion Tower 5i is expected to launch in May 2020, starting at $800.

Lenovo announced a bevy of hardware today from its Legion lineup. Atop that lineup in terms of power is the Legion Tower 5i. The newly announced desktop tower runs on a 10th Gen Intel H-Series processor and up to NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super graphics. It's packaged inside a sleek case with a carrying handle, which makes it easy to move around a gaming setup. The Legion Tower 5i is expected in May 2020, starting at $800.

You can open up the Legion Tower 5i without any tools, and when you're done with any tweaks, you can check it out through its optional transparent side panel. It has optional RGB lighting that complements its mostly monochrome body.

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CategorySpec
OSWindows 10 Home
Processor10th Gen Intel H-series
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super
Memory8GB, 16GB, 32GB DDR4
StorageUp to 1TB M.2 PCIe SSD
PortsSix USB-A 3.1
Two USB-A 2.0
Two USB-C
HDMI
VGA
RJ45 Ethernet
Two 3.5mm audio
AudioDolby Atmos support
Wireless802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6)
Bluetooth 5.0
PSU400W or 650W
CoolingOptional liquid
FeaturesOptional RGB
Tool-less entry
Transparent side panel
Carry handle
Dimensions28L micro-ATX case
24 x 13 x 22 inches
(61cm x 33cm x 56cm)
Weight28 pounds (12.7kg)
ColorPhantom Black
PriceFrom $800
Expected releaseMay 2020

The 28L micro-ATX case has plenty of ports, both legacy and modern, including six USB-A 3.1 ports, two USB-A 2.0 ports, and two USB-C ports. If you want to pair it with a member of the Legion family, you can grab the Legion Y25-25L gaming monitor that features a 240Hz display and support for FreeSync and G-Sync.