Lenovo unveils new Legion devices of the decade at the CES 2020

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    Lenovo recently announces its battle-ready Windows 10 PCs, gaming monitors, and accessories that balance the edge of work and play at the CES 2020. The annual consumer electronics show showcases the latest and most awaiting gadgets from giant tech brands.  

    Crafted for gamers, the latest lineup comes with a Legion Ultimate Support, the brand’s own after-sales service, for software tips, first-hand advice, and hardware tricks to help customers ace first-person shooters to scenic role-playing games.

    First of on the list is the Legion Y740S, the thinnest and lightest Windows 10 gaming laptop yet that can last up to 8 hours. It is powered with up to 10th Gen Intel Core i9 processors that can reach more than a clockwork speed of 5 GHz, mated with up to 32 GB of DDR4 RAM and 1 TB PCIe SSD2 as storage. Apart from its 15.6-inch high-quality and brightness display with 4K UHD display and Dolby Vision®, the Legion Y740S features three modes—performance, balance, and quiet—for optimizing gameplay experience along with Lenovo Vantage for Gaming. It also has more responsive switches and anti-oil and abrasion-resistant coating for durability. 

    The Legion Y740S

    For those who want to go beyond the limits, there’s the Legion BoostStation, the brand’s first-ever eGPU companion accessory. Coming in with an aluminum body with a cool, transparent side panel, it supports both NVIDIA GeForce RTX2060 and AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT GPUs. Supporting super-fast charging as well as virtual and augmented reality for softwares and games, the external GPU is 100 percent tool-free.

    The Legion BoostStation

    Lenovo also expands its gaming monitors by bringing in professional-grade and curved monitors. Helping gamers to dominate the game the whole Legion Y-series monitors are equipped with an upgraded version of Lenovo Artery, the brand’s software for calibrating color, contrast, setup and other advance settings on the monitor. Spearheading the segment is the Legion Y25-25, a 24.5-inch Full HD IPS display with up to 400 nits of brightness and thin side bezels. It reduces eye strain thanks to its TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort certification, cranks up refresh rates all the way to 240Hz, and has an ergonomic stand that enables players to tilt, lift, pivot, and swivel the display. There’s also a VESA mount behind it for on-wall display. For a more immersive experience, there’s the 31.5-inch Lenovo G32qc curved monitor with QHD (2560 x 1440) screen resolution for clear visuals and superior picture quality, and the heavy-duty yet compact 27-inch Lenovo G27c. Both models have a curvature of 1500R. 


    For the peripherals department, the Legion K300 RGB gaming keyboard boasts a minimalist design: curved body, customizable five-zone RGB illumination, and lighting effects. It has an anti-ghosting and programmable 24-key rollover membrane that allows for simultaneous commands, features up to 20 million key presses for lifelong durability, and comes with spill-resistant draining holes for protection. Completing the savage gear are the elite Legion M600, a wireless RGB gaming mouse with extra-long battery life and energetic 1000Hz polling rate for lightning-fast reaction times, and the ambidextrous Legion M300 RGB mouse with up to 8,000 DPI with adjustable sensor tracking, solid 1000Hz polling rate, and has microswitches good for a lifetime of 10 million clicks.

    The Legion K300 features an RGB lighting


    The Legion M600

    The Legion Y740S and the Legion BoostStation will be available globally in May 2020 while the Lenovo and Legion monitors and peripherals will be for sale on June 2020. Local pricing and availability of the said gadgets are yet to be announced.

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