CES 2017 is yet to begin, but companies have already kicked off pre-show events by unveiling their products. Lenovo has also unveiled a bunch of new products – including laptops, a smart home speaker, multimedia controller and more. The company has debuted two new gaming laptops under Legion-series called Legion Y720 and Legion Y520.
With two new Legion-series laptops, Lenovo is targeting the gaming community. The Miix 720 and ThinkPad X1 series have also been updated with the latest hardware on board.
The new Y520 and Y720 models will be the first to bear the Legion name. Both the Y520 and Y720 feature up to seventh-generation Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia’s 10-series graphics cards, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and either a 512GB SSD or a 2TB hard drive. These aren’t bad specs, and we’re especially interested in the Y720 with its 6GB GTX 1060. In addition to being decently powerful, that graphics card makes the Y720 capable of pumping a virtual reality headset.
While the Lenovo Legion Y720 laptop starts at $1,399.99 and will be available in April this year, the Legion Y520 laptop starts at $899.99 and will be available in the US starting next month.