Today aat IFA 2018, Lenovo made a number of announcements for Windows 10 PCs. There's a new member of the ThinkPad X1 series, a Snapdragon 850 PC, a new Yoga Book, and new Yoga laptops. But what might have flown under the radar are some improvements to the firm's Legion gaming PCs.
As Lenovo promised when it announced the Y530, Y730, T530, T730, C530, and C730, they're now available with new GPU options. Specifically, the Legion Y530 laptop, T730 tower, and C730 cube are being refreshed.
The Legion T730 and C730 are now available with Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2070 and 2080 GPUs, which offers a powerful performance increase. Previously, you could only get them configured with up to a GeForce GTX 1060.
And then there's the Legion Y530 laptop, which is the lowest end of the pack. Previously only offered with a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, you'll now be able to get it with a GTX 1060.
The Legion T730 and C730 refreshes will be available in EMEA regions in November, priced at €1999 (including VAT) and €2699 (including VAT) for models with the RTX 2070 and RTX 2080, respectively. The Legion Y530 with the GTX 1060 will be available in EMEA regions in October for €1399 (including VAT).