Lenovo Legion Y7000: Powerful and Affordable Gaming Laptop

Published on March 28, 2019

With the gaming industry becoming the behemoth that it is today, games have become quite demanding. With improved graphics and incredibly-detailed levels, computers and laptops need much more demanding processors and graphic cards just to be able to run these games.

While affordable gaming may seem like a distant fantasy with gaming PCs and laptops reaching over $1000, Lenovo is bringing you affordable gaming laptops.

The Lenovo Legion Y7000 is another entry in the Legion line of affordable gaming Laptops. It features an incredibly stylish and iron gray aluminum chassis with super thin bezels and angled hinges. The style is very reminiscent of a sports car and is one of the major highlights of this laptop.

As for specifications, the Lenovo Legion Y7000 packs quite a punch. Featuring an 8th generation Core i7 processor along with a dedicated GTX 1060 graphics card, the Legion Y7000 is an absolute beast. Thanks to these specs it is able to handle all of the most recent games, while also being optimal for software, like Photoshop, Premier Pro, and Blender. The laptop also comes with 16GB of RAM along with 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD of storage for all of your needs.

The port selection for the laptop is also incredibly diverse as it has three USB 3.1 ports, a USB Type-C port, one mini display 1.4, HDMI 2.0 port, and an Ethernet port. The keyboard on the legion Y7000 is a surprise as it is incredibly pushy and satisfying to type on.

The mouse pad is also quite responsive and makes using the Windows 10 gestures incredibly intuitive. The display for the Legion Y7000 is possibly the biggest surprise. With a 15.6” screen and a resolution of 1920 x 1080, it is incredibly colorful and supports very vibrant colors. That being said, the screen is not very bright, but it is nothing too distracting.

In conclusion, the Lenovo Legion Y7000 is an incredibly powerful and stylish laptop with a very beautiful display, making it the best choice for anyone looking for a good gaming laptop.

Photo credit: Lenovo


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