New E-Sports Focussed Legion Series Gaming Laptops Announced By Lenovo

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The critically acclaimed Legion series gaming laptops is going to get an upgrade with new e-sports focussed siblings announced by Lenovo. The company showed off a huge lineup of Y series Legion laptops starting with flagship Y740 which runs the 9th Gen Intel Core processors, 32 GB RAM and the top of the line NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q graphics. This laptop comes in two variants – 17.3″/15.6″ screen sizes and an all-aluminum design.

For mid-range series, the company displayed Y545 and Y540 laptops with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 GPU. The laptops weigh just over 2.3 KG and feature a near-noiseless cooling solution for quiet gaming.

To cater to the e-sports audience, Lenovo launched the Legion Y7000 SE and IdeaPad L340 laptops with the former featuring a 144Hz 15.6″ FHD display and keyboards with 1 ms delay, perfect for FPS gamers. Both the laptops run entry-level NVIDIA GeForce graphics cards with the Y7000 SE packing the GTX 1050 and IdeaPad L340 sporting the GTX 1650 GPU.

If that’s not all, Lenovo also launched T530 and T730 desktop computers with a shining spec sheet. The T530 has a semi-transparent cabinet with holes on the side and a built-in handle over the top, for LAN parties. The T730 runs Intel’s Core i9-9900K coupled with 32GB Ram and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU. For storage, the PC offers 512GB M.2 PCI-e SSD along with 2TB HDD for backups.

All the products are expected to launch before 30th of September this year.

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