Lenovo beefs up its personal devices lineup for 2019 following its reported growth and increase in revenue.
The company recorded total revenue of $51 billion, reaching its net income to $597 million. Among the factors that contributed to the growth came from Lenovo’s PC and smart devices which amounted to $38.5 billion. Lenovo’s sub-brand of gaming laptops and peripherals, Legion, was also named as the fastest-growing gaming notebook brand in the Philippines based on the statistics of GFK. Moreover, Legion is the only brand to post consecutive growth since December 2018.
Alongside Legion’s role in Lenovo’s growth is the strong performance of its popular Yoga and IdeaPad lineups. The brand continues to offer cutting-edge technologies to consumers with the launch of its 2019 portfolio.
Spearheading the Legion line is the gaming beast Legion Y740 which is equipped with the latest 9th generation Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card. Made for gamers and content creators, the premium laptop delivers higher frame rates per second and faster rendering time of 4K videos.
Lenovo also released the Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming for the mainstream gamers who are on the lookout for a value-for-money laptop. One of the most affordable models in its class, the IdeaPad L340 Gaming has NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card. It is available in two variants: Intel Core i7 with 128 GB SSD and Intel Core i5.
Three variants of Lenovo’s top-notch gaming laptop, the Legion Y540, also gets a hardware upgrade. Its premium version is now equipped with a 9th generation Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 260 graphics card with 6 GB of video RAM, 1 TB SSD storage, and 16 GB RAM.
Peripherals and accessories complete the Legion lineup with the 43.4-inch Legion Y44w curved gaming monitor, Legion M500 RGB gaming mouse, Legion H300 and Legion H500 gaming headsets, Legion Recon backpack, and Legion K500 RGB mechanical keyboard.
IdeaPad and Yoga
Known for the iconic watchband hinges and convertible features, the Yoga and IdeaPad models are few of the most portable devices for productivity. The newest generation and flagship model of Yoga, the Yoga S940, is a premium and sleek ultrabook that boasts an almost bezel-less, curved display.
Yoga S940’s younger sibling, the Yoga S730, is an ideal travel companion with its compact design. It has a unique cooling system that pulls air through secondary vents hidden in the keyboard and longer battery life.
The IdeaPad, on the other hand, is led by the stylish IdeaPad S540 in full metal body. Available in six variants, the high-end model comes with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card, and Intel Core i7-8565U processor.
Lenovo is likewise bringing in the ultra-slim IdeaPad S340, the 2-in-1 convertible laptop IdeaPad C340, the efficient daily laptop IdeaPad S145, and the IdeaCentre AiO devices to the Philippines. Higher variants of the IdeaPad and Yoga comes with a Microsoft Perpetual bundle worth PHP 5,995.
Like the Legion devices, the new Yoga Ultrabooks will be covered under a 2-Year Premium Care Support with 24/7 customer support from senior tech resources and Zero Tolerance to Dead Pixel, a service that repairs displays even with only a single dead pixel. Premium Care Support also includes a 2-year Onsite Warranty, wherein Lenovo’s skilled and experienced technicians will go directly to the customer’s location for any troubleshooting needs.