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Monday, March 15, 2021

Lenovo intros five new, value-for-money Gaming and Legion monitors

03/06/2021 03:32:04 PM

Lenovo Legion Y25-25

Lenovo has recently released its five new gaming monitors offering top-notch quality at a value-for-money price segment.

The visual devices are called Lenovo Gaming G25-10, G27-20, G27q-20, G34w-10, and Legion Y25-25. These five modem monitors serve as the tech and innovation's response to the demands of the ever-growing gaming industry for high-fidelity visual gaming experiences, which at times combines the usual smooth-and-speedy play-hard technologies with maximized home entertainment.

“The past year has shown that gaming is no longer a niche experience enjoyed by a small group. Through its ability to bring people together in a time when everyone is disconnected, gaming has now been embraced by people of all ages and from all walks of life. And so, Lenovo ensures that everyone can experience immersive games to the fullest by making our gaming devices and peripherals easily accessible and packed to the brim with top-performing features and functions,” said Michael Ngan, Lenovo Philippines President and General Manager.

Combining higher refresh rates, better and safer viewing opportunities, and specialized software meant to reduce visual distraction, Lenovo’s newest monitors are set to push the limits of system performance with top-of-the-line components, allowing everyone to run any demanding game or visual content with ease.

Lenovo Gaming G34w-10

The new Lenovo Gaming and Legion monitors boast lightning-fast refresh rates to give gamers the competitive edge they need on the battlefield. Specifically, the G25-10, G27-20, and G34w-10 come with a rapid 144Hz refresh rate, while the G27q-20 has a 165Hz refresh rate which makes all fast-paced action smoother. The Y25-25 monitor, on the other hand, has a whopping 240Hz refresh rate that makes it possible to spot opponents first before being discovered.

Also, these devices fit well with NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD Radeon FreeSync technology, which spares no room for any disruptive screen tearing, blurring, and image lag. In addition, the G27-20, G27q-20, and G34w-10 have 1ms MPRT (Moving Picture Response Time) that removes ghosting and adds more clarity and quality in the middle of the action.

 Lenovo Gaming G25-10

Aside from being a bunch of visually appetizing, Lenovo's newest batch of monitors has the capability to bring out vibrant and life-like colors which make it for players to survey their in-game surroundings. The G25-10, G27-20, and Y25-25 offer a perfect balance of clear visuals and attractive design through their FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution quality with either 72% NTSC or 99% sRGB color accuracy. Meanwhile, the G27q-20 and G34w-10 have QHD 2560 x 1440 and QHD 3440 x 1440 resolutions, respectively, and 99% sRGB color accuracy, allowing high-quality and crisp images of games and movies.

Four of Lenovo's newest visual gadgets (G25-10, G27-20, G27q-20, and Y25-25) also have the HDR decoding technology that recreates images in real-time and renders sharp and stunning visuals without distortion. Likewise, the larger G34w-10 has an ultra-wide 21:19 aspect ratio and a Narrow bezel 3-side NearEdgeless 1500R curved panel that shortens the distance between the eyes and both sides of the screen, letting gamers absorb it all in.

Moreover, Lenovo has G27-20, G27q-20, and Y25-25 monitors with their Artery software that allows gamers to play by their own rules by letting them access tools that quickly adjust settings directly on the screen through their PC for better performance. Every monitor also has VESA Mount Capability that adds more flexibility upon use.

Lenovo Gaming G27-20

All the new monitors also carry TÜV Rheinland Flicker-Free certification that assures protection for the eyes against harmful blue light radiation, flickering screens, and external reflections. They’re also TÜV Low Blue Light-certified, helping reduce eye fatigue for more dedicated gamers who play for hours at a time.

Add to the list of superb features is Lenovo's 3-Year Carry-In Warranty wherein users can simply drop off and pick up their devices at their nearest repair center. All of the new monitors are covered within their lifecycle, assuring users greater peace of mind and other benefits such as increased system uptime and productivity.

But more than gaming, today's students and working professionals can use the new Lenovo Gaming and Legion monitors to get an advantage. Aside from the aforementioned benefits, all monitors have at least 72% NTSC color-accurate panels that make colors pop. This enables users to completely see every detail while reviewing notes, spreadsheets, and other documents. Graphic artists and video editors will have the best use of this, as they need accuracy and precision in fine-tuning visual content.

Lenovo Gaming G27q-20

Film and series buffs can fully immerse themselves while binge-watching with the G27q-20 monitor’s Quad High Definition resolution, which is four times sharper than the standard 720p HD resolution. Additionally, the 34-inch G34w-10 gives users a bigger canvas to work on. With a larger screen, productivity is doubled as it cuts precious time wasted in actions like scrolling, zooming in, and repositioning programs.

The newest monitors Lenovo Gaming G25-10 (PHP 9,995), Lenovo Gaming G27-20 (PHP 11,995), Lenovo Gaming G27q-20 (PHP 15,995), Lenovo Gaming G34w-10 – PHP 23,995, and Legion Y25-25 (PHP 15,995) are available in Legion concept stores and Lenovo authorized resellers nationwide. To commemorate their launch, Legion is giving away a free monitor mount worth PHP 2,995 for every pre-order of these three select monitors (G27-20, G27q-20, and G34w-10) as part of a promo. Offer valid while stocks last.

Author: slickmaster | © 2021 The SlickMaster's Files

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