Lenovo launches Legion Y520 and Y720 gaming laptops, price starting Rs 92,490

NEW DELHI: To expand its decent footing in the blasting gaming tablet fragment in India, Lenovo has appeared its “Army” gaming arrangement in the nation. The line-up incorporates two models – Y520 and Y720 – with base costs of Rs 92,490 and Rs 1,49,990 separately. 
Both portable workstations can be acquired from Flipkart and additionally Lenovo’s own online store. Until further notice, the organization has begun pre-appointments for the portable workstations. Be that as it may, the correct dates with respect to when the portable workstations will hit the racks have not been uncovered. 
The Windows – 10 based Legion Y520 sports a 15.6-inch Full HD IPS AG show and is controlled by an Intel ‘Kaby Lake’ Core i7-7700HQ processor. This is complimented by 8GB of RAM. To deal with representation, the portable workstation accompanies a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 GPU with devoted 4GB GDDR5 RAM. 
The Y520 incorporates a 1TB hard drive and a 128GB SSD stockpiling. Other than a 720p inherent camera with cluster mic, the gaming tablet additionally underpins two USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, USB Type-C (3.0) port, 4-in-1 card peruser, HDMI and WLAN. 
To improve gameplay, Lenovo is likewise offering 2x2Watt Harman speakers with Dolby Audio Premium sound innovation. Weighing 2.4kg, the portable PC is asserted to convey up to 4 hours of life. 
The Y520 has a superior form that costs Rs 1,04,990. The main distinction is that it accompanies 16GB of RAM and 8GB of design memory with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050Ti GPU. 
Then again, the Legion Y720 imparts lion’s share of its details to its more youthful kin. The main contrasts are in RAM, GPU, stockpiling and battery. The portable workstation accompanies 16GB of DDR4 RAM, alongside a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU having 6GB of DDR5 RAM. With respect to the capacity, the gaming tablet incorporates a 2TB hard drive and 256GB of SSD stockpiling. There’s a bigger battery also, asserted to convey 5 hours of utilization on a solitary charge. 
Lenovo’s Legion line-up is probably going to conflict with HP’s Omen arrangement, which appeared in India not long ago.