25 February 2020
The gaming sector is on the rise as more and more streaming services are getting launched following the worldwide interest of the gamers. Tech companies are, therefore, investing heavily and launching the capable devices that could let you play even the big titles. There are so many factors based on which an application-specific product is developed and keeping the gamers in the mind, manufacturers have to balance several things for an immersive experience.
Admitted to the trend, Lenovo has showcased its new gaming monitors at the ongoing and biggest consumers electronics trade show 2020 in Las Vegas. The three new gaming monitors are Lenovo Legion Y-25-25, Lenovo G32qc, and Lenovo G27c. These all feature thin bezels for an immersive and cleaner gaming experience.
The Lenovo Legion Y25-25 Gaming Monitor has a 24.5-inch Full HD IPS panel display with a nearly edgeless-chassis. The display’s refresh rate is 240Hz for a smoother gaming experience. It has an ergonomic stand that opens a myriad of comfortable playing angles including tilt, lift, pivot, and swivel. The price of this monitor starts at $319.99 and it is expected to be available in June 2020.
Next up is the Lenovo G32qc gaming monitor which has a curve monitor for even more immersive experience. It comes with a 144Hz refresh rate and high-speed 4ms response time.
Lenovo touts that the curve display simulates a more natural viewing experience for the gamers’ comfort as it allows seeing all the action at once. It has a near-edgeless bezel QHD (2560x1440) screen resolution for clear visual and superior picture quality. The price of this monitor starts at $319.99 and it is expected to be available in March 2020.
The last among the pack is a 27-inch Lenovo G27c gaming monitor which according to the company is the heavy-duty one, but the most budget-friendly as well. It has a compact 27-inch Full HD display with a curvature of 1500R for complete game immersion. It is capable of offering an amazingly high refresh rate of up to 165Hz.
It will start at $219.99 and is expected to be available in March 2020.
Together with these gaming monitors, Lenovo has also launched a Legion gaming laptop. It is the Legion Y740S which is highlighted as the thinnest and lightest gaming laptop that the company has brought yet. It is powered by 10th-gen Intel Core i9 processors with up 8 hours of battery life.
The upper mid-range Legion Y740S has 600 nits bright display, VESA certified Dolby Vision, 32GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB SSD storage capacity. It has a quad-fan system that brings up a better cooling architecture. The company didn’t mention the frame rate but did say that Performance Mode can be made to use for higher frame rates. It starts at $1099.99 as a configure-to-order (CTO) offering.