Gaming laptops have truly come of age. They’re thin, portable, and come equipped with the latest in processing and graphics hardware. They also feature high-refresh rate displays with technologies like NVIDIA G-Sync and FreeSync to ensure smooth performance. That said it’s all of the above in a portable on-the-go package that makes the idea of a gaming laptop so alluring.
“The latest mobile processors (CPU and GPU) have made the gaming experience on gaming laptops on par with the desktop gaming experience,” Ian Tan, Gaming Lead, Lenovo Asia Pacific says. “The demand for the most immersive experiences and the advancement of gaming laptops have resulted in tremendous growth for gaming laptops across the world. In some markets, we are seeing the gaming laptop market double in volumes year-on-year.”
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If you’ve ventured into an actual store that sells PC hardware then the above makes perfect sense, most outright complete all-in-one PC gaming devices are laptops. Getting to this stage was inevitable, CPU and GPU performance has not only gotten better over time but more efficient. For the Lenovo Legion range it’s all about leveraging the latest bits of Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA hardware and pairing that with its own cooling, display, and chassis designs.