Lenovo hosted a two-day gaming event at SM cyberzone in North Edsa to officially announce its new gaming sub-brand called “Legion” which comprises of laptops namely the Legion Y520 , Ideapad Y910 and the its new NVIDIA pascal-powered compact gaming desktop Ideacentre Y710 Cube.
Lenovo is hoping to create its own gaming community by tagging 12 teams from participating colleges in their upcoming tournament and gamers can even register on-site for a chance to play against local celebrities.
The Lenovo Legion Y520 is the newest entry-level gaming laptop with Intel’s 7th Gen Kaby Lake CPU and NVIDIA’s GTX 1050/1050Ti GPU. Interestingly, it has pre-installed application called “Nerve Sense” in which you can customize various settings such as keyboard lighting, and disable other unnecessary keys while playing. The Nerve Sense can even conduct live streaming during gameplay which can be integrated to your social media accounts.
They also introduced Idapad Y910 which is powered Intel’s overclockable Skylake CPU and GTX1080 graphics card. It is also equipped with a One Key Turbo Boost that can optimize your CPU for an uninterrupted gaming experience.
Compact gaming PCs are starting to be a trend and that is why Lenovo joined the bandwagon by introducing IdeaCentre Y710 Cube which has the Intel’s Deskop i7 CPU and GTX1080 graphics card. The retail price for this is P81,990
The Lenovo Y520 will be available in February while the Y910 will be out some time around first quarter of 2017 so stay tuned!