Technology company Lenovo recommends its gaming brand Legion for heavy workloads since it was built to withstand prolonged use. The Legion laptops’ specifications will also find their workforce match offering different features for various types of workers.
Lenovo lowered the prices of select Legion gaming devices to meet the different needs of the work-from-home or mobile workforce.
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For online entrepreneurs/business owners – IdeaPad Gaming 3i (now starts at P43,995 or around $915)
Through its up to 10th-generation Intel processor and up to Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti dedicated graphics card, Lenovo said the IdeaPad Gaming 3i can easily run all the applications business owners need. Bolstering the completion of tasks further are the up to 16GB DDR4 memory and either up to 1TB NVME PCIe SSD or 2TB HDD storage options.
For content creators – Legion 5Pi (now starts at P67,995 or around $1,400)
Lenovo’s Legion 5Pi notebook comes with a 15-inch In-Plane Switching (IPS) 1080p display with up to a 144Hz refresh rate and 500nits of brightness for high quality and vivid images and videos without tearing. The display is also a Vesa-certified high-dynamic-range (Vesa DisplayHDR 400) screen that comes with 100% sRGB color accuracy, making it perfect for more realistic visualization of images while editing photos and videos.
For musicians – Legion 7i (now starts at P99,995 or around $2,000)
With the ongoing global pandemic making recording sessions difficult, musicians need a home studio setup to continue making music. For the centerpiece of the studio, Lenovo recommends its flagship notebook Legion 7i. Its specifications not only make it the new Legion lineup’s most powerful notebook for gaming but also produce the best audio through its Dolby Atmos Speaker system. It’s specifically made to provide cinema-like sound quality and contains tools that musicians can utilize to get the perfect pitch and sound.
For programmers and developers – Legion 5/5i (now starts at P52,995 or around $1,100)
Lenovo’s Legion 5 and Legion 5i (“i” is for Intel) gaming notebook for programmers is equipped with either AMD Ryzen 4000-series processor or Intel’s 10th-generation processor, the Legion 5/5i is capable of running any application that developers can think of.
For teachers and professors – IdeaCentre Gaming 5i (now starts at P49,995 or around $1,000)
The IdeaCentre Gaming 5i desktop is equipped with up to a 10th-generation Intel Core i7 processor and up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Super dedicated graphics card. The IdeaCentre Gaming 5i is paired with any Lenovo monitor from 21.5” up to 27” (sold separately). It also comes with an up to 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD for storing notes, reports, tests, and worksheets.
For 3D designers and architects – Legion Tower 5i (now starts at P69,995 or around $1,400)
The Legion Tower 5i’s Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 dedicated graphics card is capable of ray-tracing and Variable Rate Shading. Also giving the Legion Tower 5i a boost is its up to 10th-generation Intel Core i9 processor, which can reach clock speeds of up to 5.3GHz and comes with 10 cores and 20 threads for faster processing of tasks.
Buyers purchasing a Legion device until Jan. 31, 2021, will earn corresponding Empire points under the extended Empire Christmas Sale. All of the Legion devices discussed above are part of the sale, and participants buying them can get exclusive items such as a gaming keyboard, mouse, and chair upon redemption of points.