Lenovo has updated its suite of Legion branded gaming products, with more than 200 gaming devices rolled out for the Apex Legends Global Series Majors as the official PC and Monitor supplier.
Starting with the Lenovo Legion T730 tower, a gaming PC powerhouse that can include up to a 9th Gen Intel Core i7 overclocked 9700K processor and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU.
The tower is also supported by optimal cooling through Lenovo Coldfront 2.0 Liquid Cooling technology.
Currently, there is no pricing or availability information for the T730 as of yet.
The T730 tower is best paired with the brand new 25-inch Lenovo Legion Y25 monitors, with 144Hz refresh rates and is TÜV Rheinland Eye Comfort Certified to reduce eye strain.
At starting price of US$319.99, the Y25 gaming monitor is expected to begin June 2020.
Alongside the 25-inch monitor are two curved monitors from Lenovo, the 32-inch Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor starting at US$319.99 and the 27-inch Lenovo G27c Gaming monitor starting at $219.99.
Both available around March, the curved gaming monitors sport a 1500R curvature with a 4ms response time.
The G32qc is a near -edgeless bezel QHD monitor with a resolution of 2560×1440 with up to 144Hz refresh rate.
For heavy-duty gamers, the 27-inch Full HD G27c offers a massive 165Hz refresh rate and AMD Radeon FreeSync technology.
Supporting these monitors is the upgraded version of Lenovo Artery 2.0, software designed to configure multi-screen displays and audio devices to achieve the most immersive gaming experience.
Lenovo has also unveiled their thinnest and lightest gaming laptop, the Lenovo Legion Y740S, sporting eight hours of battery life and a 10th Gen Intel Core i9 processor than can reach clock speeds of up to 5 GHz.
Featuring a 15.6-inch 4K IPS screen that outputs 600 nits, supports 100% of the sRGB colour gamut and is Dolby Vision compatible.
The Y740S features an anti-oil and abrasion-resistant coating for improved device durability and a new tactile feel Lenovo Legion keyboard.
For the dual gamer and creative, there is also the Lenovo Legion Y740 Laptop Studio Edition powered by NVIDIA RTX GPUs.
Thanks to Thunderbolt 3 connectivity in the Y740S you can link up to the Lenovo Legion BoostStation, an external eGPU companion.
Lenovo’s first venture into eGPU’s brings options for both NVIDIA and AMD graphics inside its aluminium build that features cool transparent side panels.
For peripherals, Lenovo has the new Lenovo Legion M600 Wireless Gaming Mouse for US$79.99 and M300 for US$29.99 and Lenovo Legion K300 RGB Gaming Keyboard for US$49.99.
All three products will be available in June.
According to Lenovo, ‘No warrior is complete without the right savage gear’ with Legion arming users with the M600 Wireless Gaming Mouse that can last for up to 200 hours, with up to 10 hours of gameplay after only just five minutes of charge thanks to USB-C fast charging.
The M300 is designed for either left or right-handed gamers and features an 8,000 DPI with adjustable sensor tracking, a 1000Hz polling rate and a 10 million click lifetime guarantee.
The K300 features five-zones RGB illumination, anti-ghosting and a programmable 24-key rollover membrane that enables simultaneous commands.
Much like the new gaming mouse, this keyboard is guaranteed for up to 20 million keypresses, plus spill-resistant draining holes.
lenovo legion, CES 2020, M300, K300, Lenovo Legion M600 Wireless Gaming Mouse, Lenovo Legion K300 RGB Gaming Keyboard, Lenovo Legion Y740 Laptop Studio Edition, 32-inch Lenovo G32qc Gaming Monitor, 27-inch Lenovo G27c Gaming monitor, Lenovo Legion T730 tower