Lenovo just announced the Legion 7 (above image) and Legion 5i gaming laptops, both equipped with Intel’s 10th Gen H-Series CPU as the main, but not the only, CPU option. You can guess which is more powerful based on name, and it’s a significant update for Lenovo, so let’s take a closer look.
The Lenovo Legion laptops have made steady progress in the past few years, and the Legion Y740S is the pinnacle of that series, especially when it comes to design and build quality.
This week, Lenovo is introducing upgraded Legion Y740, Y540 and Y7000p system equipped with the most recent Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs. In the gaming segment, PC makers are scrupulous with integrating the latest hardware to stay on the cutting-edge of this competitive but profitable market.
#CES2019 – Ideally playing games on a desktop PC would be much better than gaming on a laptop, thanks to better airflow, the ability to support larger GPUs, and so on. However we understand that sometimes you don’t have the time or luxury to sit at home and play games, which is where gaming laptops can come in handy.
Although the Alienware M15 was launched in October 2018, Dell/Alienware is already announcing an updated version with more powerful components, most notably with a faster graphics processor (GPU).
Razer is praised for its high performance/size ratio elegant gaming laptops, and with its Blade Stealth series introduced in 2016, tries to address the ultra-light and high-performance market segment.
The Razer Blade has had a unique style for the past five years, but this 2018 Edition takes things to the next level. The display size goes from 14” to 15.6”, yet the overall size of the laptop is a little bit smaller. Razer calls it the smallest 15.6” gaming laptop, a claim that seems legitimate.
[CES 2018] If buying a ridiculously expensive gaming laptop never made sense to you then you may end up liking Acer’s new Nitro 5 gaming laptop. The company has designed it with the casual gamer in mind and the prices are reasonably affordable as well. Despite that, it promises incredible performance in an aggressive yet refined design.
Most think of Gaming Laptops as thick and heavy -but powerful- computers. It has been historically true that gaming-capable laptops had to sacrifice mobility and design, for performance, but this time is over thanks to the NVIDIA Max-Q design, which aims at extracting the best performance from the components, but at the most efficient point, thus leaving the notion of “absolute performance” (at any cost) behind.
Gigabyte has revealed its new Gigabyte Aero 15: it is an impressive computer which is built as a no-compromise high-performance which is capable of being a gaming computer, but also a workstation. At the same time, it is extremely mobile for this level of performance. Technically speaking, the Gigabyte Aero 15 shatters the typical barriers that separate gaming (graphics speed), workstation (display quality) and mobility (size/weight).
Acer has announced the launch of its new Predator Triton 700 gaming laptop. The machine packs a quad-core processor by Intel, a GeForce GTX 10 series graphics processor as well as 16GB of RAM. Since the company has tried to strike a balance between specs and weight here, the laptop weighs 2.6 kilograms.
Ubergizmo Best of CES 2017Editor's Pick
Out of the tens of thousands of new products, applications and services introduced at CES, here are the ones who caught our eyes. Although CES 2017 is incredibly diverse, many of the products represented here show strong underlying trends that are of interest to us: Televisions keep evolving very rapidly, with display and processor becoming separated. The PC industry experiences important growth & Innovation, especially in the gaming segment WiFi […]
Project Valerie is a gaming laptop with three built-in monitors that uses an automatic deployment mechanism designed by Razer. The gaming computer manufacturer claims it is the “world’s first concept design for portable multi-monitor immersive gaming.”
At CES 2017 Alienware (a Dell brand) is announcing a trio of new Gaming Laptops, including 17, 15 and 13 inches display sizes. The star of the show was the powerful Alienware 17, which comes with a host of design and technical features that make it a computer worthy of attention. Some of these traits are shared with the 15 and 13 inches models, but not all.
Dell has worked on an important upgrade of the Inspiron line of laptops, which is typically aimed at the enthusiast users, rather than “hardcore gaming” ones. Yet, the Dell Inspiron 7000 can truly be called a gaming laptop which comes in 14” and 15” displays versions.
Acer’s Predator line of gaming PCs have always been very impressive and the company pushed the envelope last year when it introduced the Predator 17X. It was a VR gaming rig in a portable notebook form factor, providing powerful gaming experiences without compromising on portability. It was a winning formula and Acer has tweaked it just a bit to make the new Predator 17X gaming notebook more powerful than ever […]
[CES 2017] There are many laptops in the market today and they cater to all kinds of users, whether these users want to use it for work, school, or gaming. Now if you’re after a gaming laptop, you’ll be pleased to learn that Acer has announced their latest gaming laptop in the form of the Acer Aspire VX 15.
Lenovo is breaking into the gaming PC market in a big way by launching a new sub-brand it’s calling Lenovo Legion. The sub-brand is going to offer powerful gaming devices and will be particularly focused on growing Lenovo’s community of gamers. The Y720 and Y520 are the first Lenovo Legion laptops which the company says embody the modern gaming experience. They have been designed for enthusiast and mainstream players.
Just in time for the holiday season, RAZER has announced the refresh of its RAZER Blade Pro 17” gaming laptop during a San Francisco media event. The 2016 version has significantly improved tech specs and horsepower. We covered it when the first official information was released on the web, but now got our hands (and eyes) on it.
After a highly successful launch of its Pascal architecture on desktop PCs, NVIDIA has announced a salvo of three new GPUs for laptops. The company said that this is the biggest performance leap it has experienced on laptops, and the reason is crystal clear: these GPUs are practically the same ones as the desktop versions, with small differences in the number of cores and clocks. The Differences are small enough […]