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Lenovo Legion Y530 and Y730 preview

At E3 in June 2018 Lenovo announced a refresh of the Legion Y series notebooks. The two new notebooks are called Y530 and Y730. They both get a major redesign, both in and out. This is my preview of the two notebooks. You might be interested in my summary article...

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Lenovo Legion C530 and C730 preview gallery

Lenovo announced at E3 new Lenovo Legion gaming PCs, including the C530 and C730 “Cubes”. Here you will find some press photos of the Lenovo Legion C530 and C730. Use the arrow buttons two scroll through the images. For more information about the announcements, check out my summary of the...

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Lenovo Legion T530 and T730 preview gallery

Lenovo announced at E3 new Lenovo Legion gaming PCs, including the T530 and T730 “Towers”. Here you will find some press photos of the Lenovo Legion T530 and T730. Use the arrow buttons two scroll through the images. For more information about the announcements, check out my summary of the...

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Legion Y520 review

I purchased the Lenovo Legion Y520 gaming notebook to finally get back to gaming after years of living with business focused notebooks. It also allowed me to test out Windows Mixed Reality better. I settled on the Legion Y520 after careful consideration. Lenovo has been producing dedicated gamer gear for...

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ThinkPad X1 Yoga (2nd gen) review

The X1 series devices from Lenovo represent the premium category of the ThinkPad line. A particular favorite device of both myself and other users has been the ThinkPad X1 Yoga. The second generation device was introduced at the beginning of 2017 and became available later in the year. This is...

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Lenovo Explorer review

Lenovo Explorer is Lenovo’s Windows Mixed Reality headset. It is designed to be affordable ($399/399€/399£), and to allow anyone to experience the world of MR. Microsoft tries to push the barrier of entry low by making WMR work on all kinds of PCs – no dedicated gaming machine is required....