One of 2013’s top gaming laptops was the Lenovo Y500, featuring the optional dual graphics cards pegged at a reasonable price. For the manufacturing company Lenovo, their gaming laptop line is in for even more changes this year.
This year, Lenovo will roll out the Y40 and Y50, 14-inch and 15.6-inch multimedia and gaming laptops that plans to cater to gamers and provide them with a gear that can play the latest releases without sacrificing much-valued portability.
The Y40 will sport an Intel Haswell CPU and a 1920×1080 resolution. It will also house an AMD Radeon R9 as well.
The Y50, on the other hand, will give the buyers a choice between the usual 1920×1080 display or a full 4K 3840×2160 resolution, similar to Lenovo’s high-res releases. It can have up to 1TB HDD or a 512GB SSD. An optical drive is also included. Buyers can get the optional touch screen as well.
Both units is set to hit the shelves in May, and the prices will start at $999, a pleasing offer for these gaming crossover gadgets.