Lenovo is inspired and shows us in its new redesign of its laptops aimed at video game lovers. Lenovo presents its new and redesigned line of gamer laptops: Legion, with the motto “style on the outside, wild on the inside”
The new Legion Y730 comes equipped with an eighth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, compatible with Intel Optane and an NVIDIA GTX 1050 Ti graphics card (GPU) and 16 GB of RAM and SSD storage with PCIe and NVMe, aimed at ms games demanding, design or editing work. This laptop also has 256 GB of solid disk and 1 TB of hard disk, a 15.6-inch screen with G-SYNC, further improving the gamer experience of the user, 3 USB ports of 3.1 Type C and internet connection. In the design section, Lenovo has opted for a more refreshing, minimalist look without losing its good finish with a fully gray steel aluminum body giving it an elegant appearance, with a very small weight which helps its better portability.
Its RGB illuminated retro keyboard and the distribution of its USB ports, one on the right for faster access and two on the back for the internet, battery charging and HDMI, seeking to distribute the excess wiring around the equipment.
Having said these specifications, now to action. The Legion Y730 has been put to the test with several video games with high requirements to observe its performance, and there was no problem to run Dota 2, Overwatch, Darksiders II and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in its maximum graphic feature but as nothing is perfect, in games like Final Fantasy XV and Far Cry 5, had frame drops so you had to play with the default options. Its automatic cooling system fulfilled its mission in this test, keeping its temperature stable with 4 thermal ventilation outlets to improve air flow and 66 individual fan blades per channel to reduce system noise.
In the case of the 100% battery, it took 2 hours to run out since a video was released in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. The same thing happened when it was tested with video games, lasting only 1 hour and a half, despite having only 60% of the brightness in use. Apparently the battery is not his forte, forcing to be aware of the charger and requiring a little more than an hour to return to have the battery fully charged.
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