Today, the Chinese-American multinational technology company, Lenovo, has officially announced that the new Lenovo Rescuer, 2022 Y9000P gamebook, will be the official partner of the 2022 LPL League of Legends Chinese Professional League.
The 2022 Y9000P gamebook was unveiled by the Chinese tech giant on January 5th, 2022, during the CES 2022 show.
The Lenovo Saver Y9000P series features a 16-inch WQHD+, containing up to AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX processing power, 16:10 240 Hz 500 nit screen that has been certified for Dolby Vision and Nvidia G-Sync, as well as VESA DisplayHDR 400.
The new gaming laptop has a decently high-end 2.5K display with a 165Hz refresh rate, with additional details such as 3 milliseconds (ms) response time, a max brightness of 500 nits, “X-Rite” technology for 100% sRGB gamut coverage, 10-bit color, and an official TÜV Rheinland anti-blue light certification.
In terms of configuration, the Y9000P supports up to an i9-12900H processor, an RTX 3070 Ti graphics card, and DDR5 memory. This notebook will be available in February of this year, with a starting price of US$1569.99 in the United States (about RMB 10,000.84).
With this development, the 2022 Y9000P gaming notebook and Blade 9000K desktop will become the official tournament machine for the 2022 LPL League of Legends Chinese Professional League.
Recently, the Lenovo Savior Blade 9000K desktop has been announced, with options for up to i9-12900K processors and RTX 3080 Ti graphics cards, with the highest version costing RMB 24,999.
Recall that yesterday, the Chinese tech giant global announced the Legion 5i Pro and Legion 5 Pro notebooks matching the domestic Y9000P / R9000P models.
Over the years the Chinese-American multinational technology company, Lenovo, has been known for its consistency when it comes to the development of gaming laptops, this can be seen from the Lenovo Y Series.