Laptops tend to get really hot under heavy load, especially under intense gaming at high resolution. The default method of cooling is by pushing air through the system. However, Lenovo took it further by ensuring that the cooling system on its Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) not only cools but cools reliably and efficiently by adopting liquid cooling. And I am fascinated but how it does it.

Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) Gaming Laptop

Now, liquid cooling is not new but what sets Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) apart is that it does so without the need for an external pump. Yup. You heard that right. This little guy has a complete liquid-cooling system built into it. Cooling is not only what it’s good at, though.

The Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) is a high-powered gaming laptop that boasts impressive hardware, including a powerful 13th-Gen Intel Core i9 processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX GPU, and fast RAM options.

When you are pushing the laptop super hard, the innovative Legion Coldfront liquid-cooling system, co-engineered with Cooler Master, affords it to deliver peak performance while staying cool during intense gaming sessions.

Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) Gaming Laptop

The laptop features a stunning Mini-LED display with a high refresh rate, per-unit factory color calibration, and ample storage. The AI-powered Lenovo LA-2 chip optimizes performance, syncs RGB lighting, and adds gearless head tracking for immersion.

It offers a large battery, Windows 11, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription, Nahimic 3D audio, and customizable performance controls through Lenovo Vantage. Optional Lenovo Premium Care support is also available.

Oh, did we mention that in order to shave some weight to compensate for the increase in heft brought about by the custom liquid cooling system, Lenovo implemented a new A-cover made from forged carbon chips and every Lenovo Legion 9i has its own unique forged carbon chip pattern on the A-cover? Sweet.

Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) Gaming Laptop

Speaking of weight, there is a price to pay for such a cool (pun intended) device. It tips the scales at 2.56 kilograms (5.64 lbs) or more, depending on the configurations.

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You may learn more about the new Lenovo Legion 9i (16”, 8) Gaming Laptop over at where you can also purchase a unit for US$3,419.99 and up.

Dimensions (W x D x H)(mm): 357.7 x 277.7 x 18.99mm–22.7mm
(inches): 14.08″ x 10.93″ x 0.74″–0.89”
WeightStarting at 2.56kg (5.64lbs)
DisplayUp to 16″ 3.2k (3200 x 2000) Mini LED 16:10 (165 Hz / 3 ms Response Time / 100% Adobe / 100% DCI-P3 / 1200 nits / Up to VESA DisplayHDR™ 1000 Certified / Dolby Vision® Support / NVIDIA G-SYNC™ Validated / TUV Rheinland Certified)
Processor13th Generation Intel Core i9-13980HX
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 Laptop GPU 16GB GDDR6 (150W+25W Boost) 2370MHz Boost Clock
Onboard AI ChipLA2
Memory64GB 5600Mhz Dual Channel DDR5 Overclocked Memory
32GB 6400Mhz Dual Channel DDR5 Overclocked Memory
StorageUp to 2TB PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD
Operating SystemWindows 11 Pro
Windows 11 Home
Super Rapid Charge (30-min to 0~70% Capacity, 80-min to 0~100% Capacity)
Power Adapter330W Slim Adapter
140W (USB Type-C Power Delivery)
Keyboard1.5mm / Legion Spectrum Per-Key RGB / 100% Anti-Ghosting / Swappable Ceramic Key Caps
Camera1080p with E-Shutter
PortsLeft Side
1 x Audio Combo Jack
1 x SD Card Reader 3.0

Right Side
1 x USB Type C (USB 3.2 Gen1)
1 x USB Type A (USB 3.2 Gen 1)
1 x E-Shutter Button

1 x DC-Input
1 x USB Type-A 3.2 Gen1 (Always-on 5V2A)
2 x Thunderbolt 4 (3.2 Gen, DisplayPort 1.4, 140W Power Delivery)
1 x HDMI 2.1
1 x RJ45
Audio2 x 2W Speakers with Nahimic Audio
Connectivity2 x 2 Intel Wi-Fi 7 (802.11 ax)4
Starting from Bluetooth® 5.1
ColorsCarbon Black

Images: Lenovo.

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