At the CES 2020, Lenovo introduced its lightest and thinnest gaming laptop ever, the Legion Y740S. The laptop features a 15.6-inch 4K IPS display with a 100-percent sRGB color gamut and up to 600 nits of brightness.
Weighing at only 4.18lbs, the Y740S is the lightest gaming laptop yet. The Legion comes with a redesigned TrueStrike keyboard with an enhanced coating and ergonomic keys. The laptop features a Quiet Mode that has made its way into being added to the laptop with the intention of increasing the battery life. Moreover, a fingerprint reader has been built into the power button to make it easier for the users to log into their laptops at the same time they turn it on.
The Legion Y740S will be available from May with the starting price of $1,099 USD.
Lenovo also introduced two other gaming monitors at the CES, the Lenovo G32qc, and the G27c.
The Lenovo G32qc features a 31.5-inch QHD display screen that comes with almost bezel-less edges. The monitor has a refresh rate of 144Hz and a 4ms response time. What makes this monitor a good choice for gaming is probably the high contrast ratio.
The Lenovo G27c, on the other hand, sports a 27-inch full HD display screen. It offers a refresh rate of up to 165Hz and a response time of 4ms. Furthermore, the monitor also comes with a curvature of 1500R for complete gaming immersion. The built-in AMD Radeon freeSync technology gives the monitor a shutter free gameplay. The specific release date for the Lenovo G27c is not yet set or announced by Lenovo but by general consensus, it is expected that the gaming monitor will probably come out around the time than the other gaming monitor in this series comes out. The starting price would be announced along with the release date.