Lenovo, over the weekend gathered hardcore gamers and tech enthusiasts at Cyberzone SM North Edsa for a two-day convention where the participants had the opportunity of playing the popular MMORPG League of legends (LOL). The main attraction of the event wasn’t the battle game, though, but the new Lenovo Legion range of hardcore gaming rigs.
Top on the table is the Lenovo Legion Y520 which comes with a 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake processor as well as the NVIDIA GTX 1050/1050Ti graphics card for a seamless and memorable gaming experience. The Legion Y520 doesn’t fail on the sound aspect, packing a Dolby premium sound technology. The Lenovo Legion Y520 comes with a new Nerve sense feature which makes customizing your gaming preferences a breeze.
Next on the line was the Lenovo Ideapad Y910, another powerful laptop that can take on almost any game. The device is Virtual Reality ready, capable of outputting 4K display resolution. This gaming rig was able to achieve it because of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080M GPU it packs. The laptop also features a 6th generation Intel Core i7 K processor inside and has One Key Turbo which boosts the CPU performance instantly at a press of a button.
The third PC unveiled during the event was the IdeaCentre Y710 Cube, which is another Virtual Reality ready device, but this time a full-fledged desktop PC. The IdeaCentre Y710 packs a 6th gen Intel Core i7 K inside it and so it can handle playing and streaming games at the same time. Powering the graphics is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080M GPU capable of up to 4k resolution support. The PC also has a good looking design and isn’t bulky, coming in small and portable. The desktop PC has a customized handle for effortless transporting. It weighs just about 7.5 kilograms and the height is 17.8 inches.
Talking about the prices, the IdeaCentre y710 Cube is now available at Lenovo Philippines stores and it starts at Php81,990. On the other hand, the Legion Y520 will be available this February, while the Ideapad Y910 will enter the market during the first quarter of 2017.