Yesterday, Lenovo launched three new products – the Lenovo Legion Y920 Laptop, Legion Y720 Tower and the Legion Y520 Tower that are made to propel gamers to greater heights. Lenovo even invited “Geek Fam”, a professional DotA 2 team that is based in Malaysia, and the famous “Kuala Lumpur Hunters” to attend the event, as these teams are now sponsored by Lenovo. They even introduced “Tashbunny” a popular Twitch streamer and Astro eGG personality, alongside Geraldine Read, Malaysian Race Car driver as Lenovo Community members. At the event, Mr. Khoo Hung Chuan (General Manager of Lenovo Malaysia and Singapore) mentioned that following the success of the previous League of Champions Series I which was held earlier this year, they have decided to officially announce that there will be a Series II for League of Champions.
The Y920 Laptop is equipped with some powerful stuff under the hood. It comes with a 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU and up to 32GB of DDR4 memory. It is topped with a 17.3-inch FullHD IPS display which is capable of 4K resolution, and sports a fully mechanical keyboard that can be toggled to have multicolour backlight. For audio quality, Lenovo teamed up with JBL to deliver a 3W Bass Subwoofer as well as two 2W JBL speakers on the laptop.
Next up, for the towering towers, The Y720 Tower and Y520 Tower – comes with several different configurations. You can pad up the Y720 Tower with a 7th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 GPU and so on. Both the Y720 Tower and Y520 Tower can also be upgraded by yourself, giving you ultimate customisation for your own builds.
As for pricing and availability, all devices are now available to purchase from official Lenovo Exclusive Stores and Lenovo Multi Brand Stores. The Y920 Laptop starts at a base price of RM 12,999 which can go up depending on the configurations that you opt for. As for the Y720 Tower and Y520 Tower, they are priced at RM 7,799 and RM 4,999 respectively, and prices can go up depending on the configurations. For the full list of specifications and configurations, head on to Lenovo’s site or Official Stores.