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Meet Lenovo’s latest performance laptops

As it celebrates its stellar sales performance, Lenovo unveiled new products for its different lineups last June 28.

The global tech giant revealed that the company’s revenue reached an all-time high of $51 billion during its 2018-19 fiscal year. Its strong 4th quarter performance led to growth from the tech company’s PC and smart devices, making Lenovo the #1 PC company in the world.

The rise of Legion

One of the critical factors to Lenovo’s growth surge is its Legion gaming lineup. Since its arrival in the country in 2019, the gaming line has grown immensely. This year saw the opening of the first exclusive Legion Concept Store in SM City North EDSA. Later in the year, Legion co-presented GameCon 2019, one of the country’s biggest gaming conventions.

To maintain its spot as the fastest-growing gaming notebook brand in the country, Legion adds new devices to its lineup. Among these upcoming products are the Legion Y740, Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming laptop, Legion Y540, and the Legion Y44w gaming monitor.

First from the lineup is the gaming beast Legion Y740 with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060  and 9th Generation Intel Core i7-9750H processor. This laptop offers 56% higher frames per second and 38% faster game turn times to gamers. For content creators, this P119,995 gaming beast gives 54% speed boost when editing 4K videos.

For those looking for their first gaming PC, the IdeaPad L340 Gaming laptop is ideal. It’s one of the most affordable laptops in the market equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card. This device is available in either Intel Core i7 with +128GB SSD (P59,995) or Intel Core i5 (P49,995) variants.

Three variants of the Legion Y540 are also in the lineup.Leading them is one equipped with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics card with 6GB VRAM, 1TB SSD storage, 16GB RAM, and an Intel Core i7-9750H processor.

Rounding out the roster is the one mammoth-sized monitor. The Legion Y44w gaming monitor boasts a 43.4-inch curved (1800R) display with a 144Hz refresh rate.

Pushing boundaries with IdeaPad and Yoga Ultrabooks

In addition to its gaming segment, Lenovo’s growth is contributed to its popular Yoga and IdeaPad devices as well. These two lineups are known for their iconic watchband hinges, convertible features, and its thin and light frame.

Headlining the new Lenovo Ultrabooks Yoga lineup is the Yoga S940 (P115,995). At just 12.2mm thick and 1.2kg light, the Yoga S940 features a wrap-around contour glass display. Accompanying this sleek laptop is the Yoga S730, an ideal travel companion at 1.1kg and 11.9mm.

From the IdeaPads, the IdeaPad S540 stands out, available in six variants. Its most premium comes with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics card and an Intel Core i7-8565U processor (P69,995). Meanwhile, multiple variants of the ultra-slim IdeaPad S340, the 2-in-1 convertible laptop IdeaPad C340, and the powerful everyday laptop IdeaPad S145 are also arriving, with higher variants coming with a Microsoft Office Perpetual bundle worth P5,995.

These new devices from Lenovo are covered by a 2-Year Premium Care Support with 24/7 support. Services also include Zero Tolerance to Dead Pixel and 2-year onsite warranty.

For full specifications of the new devices, visit www.lenovo.com/ph/en/pc.

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