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RSS FeedsLenovo Legion Y530 review: An affordable gaming laptop saddled with an iffy graphics card


12 october 2018 16:27:21

Lenovo Legion Y530 review: An affordable gaming laptop saddled with an iffy graphics card

The bargain-priced Lenovo Legion Y530 weighs less than five pounds and measures less than an inch thick-impressively portable for a gaming laptop. It packs impressive quad-core multitasking performance, a comfortable keyboard, a reasonably bright screen and solid battery life. Unfortunately, the Legion Y530´s middling graphics card struggles to deliver buttery visuals from today´s AAA games, and its performance will only go downhill as more demanding titles come down the pike.Price and specifications We reviewed the cheapest version of the Lenovo Legion Y530 (81FV0013US), which comes with a quad-core Intel Coffee Lake Core i5-8300H processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB solid-state drive. This CPU´s eight threads of processing power (thanks to Intel´s hyperthreading technology) promises plenty of multitasking, perfect for gamers who want to stream or create content while they play. Because it lacks a larger secondary drive, however, the Y530 doesn´t have enough storage for more than one or two top-tier games at a time.To read this article in full, please click here
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