E3 2018: Six New Lenovo gaming PCs running Windows 10

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       13 Jun 2018 #1

    E3 2018: Six New Lenovo gaming PCs running Windows 10

    This week at E3, Lenovo announced six new gaming devices powered by Windows 10 that arrive with simple, built-in Mixer streaming for low-latency, interactive moments for viewers and streamers to engage with other gamers, plus the latest in gaming technology from Intel and NVIDIA. With Xbox Play Anywhere, you can buy a game once and play it on both your Xbox One and any of these Windows 10 PCs.

    Let’s take a closer look at these devices:

    Lenovo Legion Y530 Laptop

    Between 24.2mm to 25.2mm thin and 2.3 kg light, up to the latest generation Intel processors, NVIDIA GPUs, DDR4 memory and more, the Lenovo Legion Y530 Laptop is thermally optimized to run cooler and quieter while being perfectly balanced between performance and portability.

    The 15″ FHD display with optional 144 Hz and 300 nits of brightness as well as a full-sized white backlit keyboard offering under 1ms input response time make the Lenovo Legion Y530 Laptop primed for gaming virtually anywhere life takes you.

    Lenovo Legion Y730 Laptop

    Weighing 2.9kg and between 21.95mm to 24.05mm thin, the larger 17-inch Lenovo Legion Y730 Laptop features the latest in gaming technology from Intel and NVIDIA wrapped in expertly crafted all-aluminum materials, plus more than 16 million color combinations and lighting effects visible from its CORSAIR iCUE RGB backlit keyboard for the ultimate customizable gaming experience.

    It arrives in both a 17″ FHD display as well as a 15” FHD display option, with optional 144 Hz and 300 nits of brightness.

    Lenovo Legion T530

    Meet the Lenovo Legion T530, a 28-liter gaming tower redesigned from the ground up to deliver a bold new look that houses up to the latest Intel gaming processors, discrete graphics, DDR4 memory, PCIe SSD storage and dual-channel cooling, all with an external red system lighting.

    In addition to up to 8th Generation Intel Core processors, up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 GPUs, up to 32GB DDR4 memory and up to PCIe SSD storage, the Lenovo Legion T530 was engineered to eliminate heat via its innovative dual-channel thermal system and features a tool-free upgrade system with an integrated top carry handle for convenient portability.

    Lenovo Legion T730

    This 28-liter desktop tower gives you both style and power thanks to a customizable internal and external RGB system lighting, a transparent side panel, optional Asetek liquid cooling, up to 8th Generation Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GPUs, CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR4 memory, and more to completely immerse you in your favorite titles and overclock for the win.

    Lenovo Legion C730

    This 19-liter gaming PC has all the hardware you need for a breathtakingly immersive gaming experience. Up to the latest Intel processing, NVIDIA GPUs, and overclocked CORSAIR DDR4 memory, all housed in a chassis featuring a dual-channel thermal system with optional RGB system lighting and transparent top panel, come together to deliver a truly evolved design that looks amazing in virtually any room.

    The Lenovo Legion C730 was engineered to eliminate heat via its dual-channel thermal system and the full internal RGB system lighting delivers more than 16.8 million color combinations and effects.

    Lenovo Legion C530

    The 19-liter Lenovo Legion C530 offers you tower-level gaming in a more portable design. It arrives with up to 8th Generation Intel Core processors, NVIDIA GeForce GPUs, DDR4 memory, up to PCIe SSD storage, and more. The C530 was designed for effortless upgrading of your system’s hardware via a one-press upgrade system and integrated top carry handle – all engineered to eliminate heat via its dual-channel thermal system.

    Visit the Lenovo Newsroom to learn more about all the devices announced this week at E3!

    Source: E3 2018: Six Lenovo gaming PCs powered by Windows 10 announced this week - Windows Experience Blog
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  2. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home October 2018 Update 64-bit
       13 Jun 2018 #1

    That's all well and good, but the real question is why in the holy name of caviar did they choose those black ellipses as the background for their presentation art?
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