Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 and Legion Wireless Mouse was Built for Student Gamers
New Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Laptops and Legion Wireless Mouse for Studies, Gaming and More
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 laptops and Legion M600s Qi Wireless Gaming Mouse was launched at the Mobile World Congress 2022 event in Barcelona that is targeted for student gamers on the go. Whether you are attending classes or having fun gaming sessions with friends, the portable series comes in two screen sizes, 15-inch and 16-inch, that houses improved thermal components for quieter gameplay, fresh chassis colours and high-performance detailing.
Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming Laptops are Sleek Powerhouses
The Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 series has a cool blue decorative piping surrounding the rear I/O cutout and was created with portability in mind without breaking the bank. The updated rear notch design not only looks cleaner but it also functions with better port accessibility, cable management and slips into a backpack easily.
With these sleek new gaming laptops, you have the option of either up to a 12th Gen Intel Core i7-H series CPU or the AMD Ryzen 6000 Series CPU, with graphics going up to GeForce RTX 3060 or Intel Arc Graphics. The memory configuration for the IdeaPad Gaming 3 lineup includes up to 32GB of DDR4 3200MHz RAM and up to 1TB of storage.
Users can choose between a more compact 15.6 inch 16:9 display and a 16 inch IPS 16:10 WQHD+ display for the Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 series in either Onyx Grey or Glacier White. The innovative quad vents in between the lid and the base with vents on each side contribute to optimized ventilation for quieter performance. On the 16-inch model, users can use a privacy shutter top for the 1080P FHD webcam and upgrade on storage if needed.
Lenovo also collaborated with Microsoft for the launch to give out three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC gaming.
Lenovo Legion M600s Qi Wireless Gaming Mouse Delivers Comfort and Precision
Lenovo Legion M600s Qi Wireless Gaming Mouse has amazing performance with 80 million clicks. The gaming mouse was made with a short, low arch and slim waist with mirrored-texture side grips and lasting ambidextrous comfort for both claw grip and fingertip gamers.
The gaming mouse is light, only 75g, and the battery is secured with post-consumer recycled plastic that is heat resistant and features sensor technologies such as 19,000 DPI via Pixart 3370 and 80 million click rated optical micro-switches and up to six programmable buttons.
The Lenovo Legion mouse has both wireless and wired connection, is fully programmable with nearly 16.8 million RGB lighting combinations and can last for a full 2 hour charge and up to 10 hours after a quick 10 minute charge on either the USB-C or wirelessly through a Qi charger.
The 15-inch models of the Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3 and 3i laptops will retail at EUR999 (RM4692). The Intel variants are slated to hit the market in May, followed by the AMD ones a month later. The 16-inch versions with the 16:10 aspect ratio start at EUR1099 (RM5162) and go up from there, which will arrive a month later as well. While these predictions may not apply to us but Lenovo says that local price and availability would be announced at a later date.
Pokdepinion: Lenovo is a consistent brand when it comes to gaming on a budget so seeing as the brand is consistently coming up with innovative upgrades and even targeting student gamers at this time makes one feel like they are up-to-date on trends.