7 Lenovo Legion gaming PCs to help you with the 2021 daily grind

Check out Lenovo’s laptop recommendations for different professions.

During this COVID-19 pandemic, PCs help keep the world going even under quarantine. But when faced with multiple projects and deadlines, students and employees alike need machines that can keep up with their workload.

Gaming PCs are more capable of bolstering productivity than most mainstream laptops. They have the memory, storage capacity, graphics, and power for high-intensive tasks like video editing, photo editing, and more. Legion, Lenovo’s dedicated gaming sub-brand, has a lineup of devices that are ideal for different professions:

For online entrepreneurs/business owners: IdeaPad Gaming 3i (starts at P43,995)

Online businesses are booming amid the pandemic. For those who are looking to set up their shop, Lenovo recommends the IdeaPad Gaming 3i. This laptop has up to 10th-gen Intel chips and up to NVIDA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti dedicated graphics so business owners can run all the apps they need. It is also offered with up to 16GB DDR4 memory and either 1TB NVME PCIe SSD or 2TB HDD storage options.

For content creators: Legion 5Pi (starts at P67,995)

This notebook is equipped with a 15-inch IPS 1080p display with 144Hz refresh rate for high-quality images. The display is also a VESA-certified high dynamic range (VESA DisplayHDR 400) screen that boasts 100% sRGB color accuracy, making it perfect for editing photos and videos.

For musicians: Legion 7i (starts P99,995)

Looking for a daily driver for your home studio setup? The Legion 7i has the specs and the ability to produce the best audio through its Dolby Atmos speaker system. It’s specifically made to provide cinema-like sound quality and contains tools that musicians can utilize to get the perfect pitch and sound.

For programmers and developers: Legion 5/5i (starts at P52,995)

The Legion 5 and 5i have more than enough power to take on compiling and running code. These gaming notebooks can be equipped with either AMD Ryzen 4000-series processors or Intel’s high-performing 10th-gen chips.

For teachers and professors: IdeaCentre Gaming 5i (starts at P49,995)

Those in the academe can benefit from the IdeaCentre Gaming 5i desktop. Its i7 Intel chips and NVIDA GeForce GTX 1660 Super graphics can handle online learning in the new normal.

For 3D designers and architects: Legion Tower 5i (starts at P69,995)

Computers can overheat while performing 3D rendering, but the Legion Tower 5i gaming battle station can easily breeze through these intensive tasks through its Legion Coldfront 2.0 Cooling System. In addition, this tower boasts NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics that allow for ray-tracing and Variable Rate Shading. Also giving this PC a boost is its 10th-gen Intel Core i9 processor, which clocks speeds of up to 5.3GHz.

These Legion gaming PCs promise longevity with Lenovo’s 3-Year Premium Care warranty solution that comes bundled with the devices upon purchase.

The prices mentioned above are part of Lenovo Legion’s 2021 new year promo, which also gives buyers corresponding Empire points under the extended Empire Christmas Sale. Customers who purchase the above-mentioned items will get exclusive items such as a gaming keyboard, mouse, and chair upon redemption of points.

For more information, visit lenovo.com/ph/en/legion.

Read more: Lenovo IdeaPad 5 series announced at CES 2021

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