Global tech giant Lenovo gears up for another lucrative year following the brand’s stellar 2018-19 performance in worldwide PC shipments. Last year’s double-digit revenue from its PC and Smart devices amounted to a staggering $38.5 billion in sales, therefore making Lenovo the #1 PC company in the world.
One of the contributing factors in Lenovo’s growth in sales is its Legion gaming lineup along with the opening of the first exclusive Legion Concept Store in SM City North EDSA. Lenovo’s involvement as co-presenter during the GameCon 2019, one of PH’s biggest gaming convention, marked an era that led to the formation of the Legion PH community.
With new PC and notebook releases after another, Lenovo is keen on keeping its sales momentum and title in the Philippine market as the largest tech provider this year and onto the next. The brand’s launch of its new devices sustain this goal and Lenovo made sure to keep gaming at the heart of it all. Check out these new Legion lineup that’s said to provide a power-packed, truly immersive game-play:
Bannering its superior lineup is the Legion Y740 featuring a NVIDIA® GeForceRTX™ 2060 GPU and 9th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-9750H Processor. This provides gamers and content creators 56% higher frames per second, 38% faster game turn times, and up to 54% speed boost when editing 4K videos. Its sleek design, all-aluminum chassis and narrow bezels also make it a portable device to lug around wherever you go. It currently sells for PHP 119,995.
Lenovo IdeaPad L340
This is one of the most affordable gaming laptop equipped with an NVIDIA® GeForce GTX™ 1650 GPU. It’s also the perfect laptop for those looking into investing in their first gaming PC. It’s currently available in two variants, the Intel Core i7 with +128GB SSD retails for PHP 59,995 while the Intel Core i5 is on sale for PHP 49,995.
Three variants of the Legion Y540 are available for purchase, one is equipped with NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2060 GPU with 6GB RAM, 1TB SSD, 16GB RAM, and an Intel® Core™ i7-9750H processor.
What better accessories to complement these devices than the Legion K500 RGB Mechanical Keyboard (PHP 3, 995), Legion H300 Gaming Headset (PHP PHP 2,995), and M50 Mouse (PHP 2,995). There’s also the Legion Y44w, a mammoth-sized gaming monitor that has 43.4-inch curved (1800R) display with 144Hz refresh rate. All Lenovo devices come with a 2-Year Premium Care Support and 2-Year onsite warranty with home service.
As for laptops, Lenovo perfected its IdeaPad and Yoga Ultrabooks that these are considered among the most portable devices to invest in. There are a total of 16 Ultrabooks models to choose from, an extensive portfolio only Lenovo can give.
Headlining the collection is the Yoga S940 (PHP115,995); measuring at 12.2 mm and weighing in at 1.2 kg, it’s the first laptop to feature a Countour Glass that wraps around the display to make for smoother edges.
The Yoga S73 (PHP 69,995) comes in next, weighing at 1.1 kg and measuring at 11.9 mm, it’s the ideal travel companion on hand for when you’re running form one business meeting onto the next.
Leading the IdeaPads lineup is the IdeaPad S540, with the most premium variant featuring the NVIDIA® GeForce GTX™ 1650 GPU and Intel® Core™ i7-8565U processor that retails for PHP 69, 995. Also coming in are multiple variants of IdeaPad S340, IdeaPad C34, and IdeaPad S145 with higher variants coming with a Microsoft Office Perpetual bundle worth PHP 5,995.
Similar to the Legion devices, the Ultrabooks also comes with a 2-Year Premium Care Support and 2-Year onsite warranty with home service for the customer’s peace of mind.
All lineups will be unveiled at a launch party in Makati City so it’s best to stay tuned.