Lenovo today at E3 announced the addition of six new high-powered gaming devices to its Legion gaming lineup. Two laptops, two full-sized towers, and two conveniently sized cubes have joined the ranks of gaming capable hardware from Lenovo. While Lenovo often comes up as an expert in business hardware, they have been steadily expanding their gaming products.
We’ll have a more detailed report on these devices after getting some hands-on time with them at E3, but for now, let’s have a quick look at what’s new.
Lenovo Legion Y730 and Y530
The Lenovo Legion Y530 and Y730 laptops don’t look like your typical gaming laptops when closed. Instead the represent the clean, sleek and subtle design that Lenovo business users are used to. This all changes when you flip the lid open however. Not only are you greeted by a full RGB keyboard, but these units pack 144hz IPS displays. Any gamer that has experienced a fast display on their gaming rig, will surely welcome this luxury in a mobile gaming laptop.
Lenovo Legion C530 and C730
A happy middle ground between a heavy, full-sized tower that’s bolted to your desk, and the ultra portability of a laptop, may be these cube-sized gaming devices. They’re more powerful than your typical laptop, yet still portable enough to take to your friend’s house for an impromptu LAN party. Yes, people still have those, and those people are awesome!
These compact units pack a lot of power with Intel 8th generation i7 processors and up to 32GB of RAM. Did I mention that they have a clear top window showing off some fancy RGB lighting? Very cool!
Lenovo Legion T730 and T530
Finally, the big boys. These full-sized towers pack all the power and features into a sleek looking unit that will turn your desk into a proper gaming rig. Whether you’re into overclocking, tons of expansion space, or enjoy not getting cut by Lenovo’s tool-less and scratch-free case designs, there’s something here for everyone. And yes, of course there is also RGB lighting.
We’ll have a closer look at Lenovo’s new Legion gaming devices here at E3 this week, so stay tuned for a more in-depth preview in the near future. You can get your hands on these devices later this summer and into fall. Check out Lenovo’s website for more details on availability and local retailers.