Lenovo Legion – Lenovo’s gaming notebook line is renewed

Lenovo is upgrading its line of Legion gaming laptops with two new devices – the Lenovo Legion Y730 / Y530, which are built and gaming oriented.

Lenovo Legion – Lenovo’s gaming notebook line is renewed
Lenovo Legion Y730 / Y530 – Sober gaming models for gamers

Basically, Lenovo wants to have a competitive offering of gaming laptops (where they have also introduced ATX towers and compact cube towers), all with a darker, more mature design that separates them from other gaming computers that have lots of lights, Legion seems soberer.

Even though they seem gaming oriented, the Legion Y730 and Y530 seem to bet on low-end’ graphics cards. Both notebooks feature thin bezel displays, dual camera cooling, and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU (GTX 1050 for the Y530). This graphics card forms a duo with an eighth generation Intel Core i7 processor (as it could not be otherwise), but it is also possible to use a Core i5 processor with a maximum amount of memory that can be 32GB of RAM. In the case of the Y530, it will only have the ability to use a Core i5 processor along with 8GB of RAM memory.

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Lenovo Legion – Lenovo’s gaming notebook line is renewed

The Y370 is 17.3-inch and the Y530 is 15.6-inch, both offered with an optional 144 Hz IPS Full HD display with G-Sync technology, while the Y730’s most outstanding feature is its Corsair iCUE RGB backlit keyboard (featuring six “Y” macro keys).

Storage capacities can vary according to the budget we invest in the Legion, making it a hybrid between hard disks and solid disks.

The Lenovo Legion Y530 will be available in July at a price starting at $929. During the month of September, the Legion Y730 will be available at a cost of $1,1799.

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