The Legion Y530 is a 15.6-inch class notebook that is powered by either a Core i5-8300H or a Core i7-8750H processor, which can be paired with up to 32GB of DDR4-2666 memory. Customers have a choice of either a GeForce GTX 1050 or a GTX 1050 Ti, while you can opt for a 1080p panel with either a 60Hz or 144Hz refresh rate. You can select up to a 512GB PCIe SSD and 2TB storage options and the 5.1-pound notebook features a 52.5 WHr battery and a white backlit keyboard.
The Legion Y7000 has the same specs as the Y530, but trades in the all ABS plastic construction for an aluminum top cover and a different exterior design.
The Legion Y730 is available in 15.6- and 17.3-inch sizes, each coming in a FHD resolution with optional 144Hz panels. Like the Y530, your processor options include the Core i5-8300H or the Core i7-8750. Again, 32GB of DDR4-2666 is supported along with the up to a 512GB SSD/2TB HDD storage subsystem. The only GPU included with the Y730 range is a GeForce GTX 1050 Ti. The 15.6-inch model comes with a 57 WHr battery, while its 17.3-inch counterpart ups the ante with a 76 WHr battery. Both include an aluminum chassis with RGB lighting and a Corsair iCUE RGB backlit gaming keyboard.
The Legion Y530 will be available this month priced at $930, while the Legion Y7000 bows in August for $960. The Legion Y730 debuts this September priced at $1180 for the 15.6-inch model and $1250 for the 17.3-inch model.