Lenovo has declared two new gaming laptops, while it has refreshed a few models in its Legion lineup – all of which work with ninth gen Intel Core i7 processors. The IdeaPad L340 Gaming laptop is somewhat more budget-friendly than other compact Lenovo gaming machines. It has blue lighting and choices to switch among Gaming and Quiet modes.
It’s good with NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 1650 GPU and highlights Dolby Audio, while Intel Optane memory is accessible as an alternative. The L340 will be accessible late May, beginning at $870 for the 15-inch display and $920 for its 17-inch kin.
There’s likewise another Y7000 in transit. The framework has red lighting and a 15-inch full HD, IPS antiglare display with up to 144 Hz refresh rate and 300 nits of brightness. It will work with up to the RTX 2060 or GTX 1660 Ti GPUs. Lenovo will uncover estimating and accessibility later. The revived aluminum Y7000p (which will be known as the Y545 in certain districts) is getting the equivalent GPU choices. The 15-inch machine will arrive late May beginning at $1,200.
The Y540, which hasn’t yet gone marked down, will likewise be accessible with the equivalent GPUs. The 15-inch model with up to 1660 Ti (instead of the RTX) will begin transporting late one month from now from $1,210. A 17-inch adaptation with the equivalent GPU alternative will be accessible in late June from $1,270.
The most recent Y740 15-inch and 17-inch models, in the interim, can pack somewhat more punch, as they’re both good with the RTX 2080 Max-Q or GTX 1660 Ti GPUs. They’ll deliver late one month from now, with the 15-inch model beginning at $1,610, while the 17-inch variant will cost from $1,670.
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