Lenovo Launches new Legion Line of Gaming Laptops

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Lenovo has launched the new Lenovo Legion Y720 and Y520 laptops in the region. The Lenovo Legion launch comes as part of the dedicated sub-brand for Lenovo gaming PCs, offering gamers powerful gaming devices and community engagement.

Lenovo Legion laptops are outfitted with up to the latest NVIDIA graphics cards and Intel’s latest 7th Gen Core i7 processors for the speed needed to win. Powered by the two laptops’ 16 GB DDR4 memory, gamers can run and stream their favorite game, respond to chat questions and play music all at the same time without a hitch. The Lenovo Legion Y720 Laptop also comes with Thunderbolt 3, the fastest port available on a PC today to plug and play at lightening speeds.

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Built from the ground up, the Lenovo Legion Y720 Laptop with up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics is VR-ready, offering truly immersive gameplay. Lenovo has upped the ante by offering up to UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS anti-glare display on the Lenovo Legion Y720 Laptop. Designed to be the world’s first Dolby Atmos Windows based PC, the Lenovo Legion Y720 aims to put users inside the gaming action with powerful, moving audio and amazing precision and realism.

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With an optional RGB keyboard on the Lenovo Legion Y720 Laptop and optional red backlit keyboard on the Lenovo Legion Y520 Laptop, it is now easier to game at night.  Better yet, the Lenovo Legion Y720 Laptop comes with the option of an integrated Xbox One Wireless receiver, which is able to support up to four controllers simultaneously for gaming with friends.

Starting with the Lenovo Legion Y720 and Y520 Laptops, the new Lenovo Legion gaming line was born out of the gaming community’s demand for a superior gaming experience, where products, features and specs are the result of knowledge gleaned from what customers want.

The Lenovo Legion Y720 laptop starts at AED 5,699, while the Legion Y520 laptop starts at AED 3,099.

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