They are now designed with aluminum alloy, with a narrow border on the screen, only 6.7 millimeters. These games notebook computers are very light. Y530 and Y7000 are only 5.1 pounds, while Y730 is 15.6 inches and 17 inches 4.8 pounds and 6.4 pounds respectively. Lenovo said its ventilation system reduced fan noise by 10%, making the equipment thinner and lighter.
As far as specifications are concerned, all of these personal computers are equipped with Intel core i7-8750H processors, and the highest support for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti GPU equipped with 4GB GDDR5. However, as long as these parts start shipping, they can use the new GTX 11xx GPU of Nvidia.
Lenovo is still refreshing its desktop lineup, announcing two tower products and two cube desktop computers, called C530 and C730 cubes, with the design shown in the diagram. They have a transparent panel at the top, of which C530 has red LED lighting, and C730 is customizable lighting.
The sides of the tower T530 and T730 have transparent panels with the same color options. In fact, the only real difference between C series and T series is in design, so it comes down to preferences and the location where you want to place units. They have handles at the top, so they are easy to carry. C530 and T530 are equipped with Core i7-8700, while C730 and T730 are equipped with Core i7-8700K, which means that it can be overlocked. All desktop Legion PC can be configured with the highest 6GB DDR5 GTX 1060 and GTX 11xx graphics card.
All new Legion will be launched at the following prices:
LegionY7000 launched the price $959.99 in August
LegionY530 launched the price $929.99 in June
LegionY730 15 inch September launch price $1249.99
LegionY730 17 inches launched in September for $1179.99
LegionT530 launched the price $829.99 in July
LegionT730 launched the price $929.99 in July
LegionC5307 month sale price $829.99
LegionC730 launched the price $929.99 in August