Design & build quality
Lenovo Legion 5 15ARH05 keeps the wedge design we first saw on Y530, with the vast majority of the connectors placed behind the display, and also the same placement of the intake and exhaust grills. However, there are also a number of subtle differences, such as the size of the exhaust grills, which are significantly larger than what we saw on Legion Y530 and Y540, and also the placement of the webcam on the upper side of the display, and the fact that it now has a privacy shutter.
The arrow keys are placed a little bit lower than the general line of the keyboard, and the NumPad keys are slightly larger. Also, the touch pad no longer has physical keys, as was the case with Y540. Last but not least, the speakers are now oriented to the side, not the front.
Overall, Lenovo Legion 5 15ARH05 keeps the successful design of the Y540 family, bringing a series of well thought improvements, practically refining the recipe of a powerful but elegant gaming notebook, which we can also use during a business meeting.