Lenovo unveils its 2019 lineup of laptops, desktops, and peripherals

From productivity notebooks to powerful gaming machines!

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The past fiscal year of 2018-2019 has been one to remember for Lenovo as the PC manufacturer recaptured the top spot in worldwide PC shipments, with an impressive 23.4% market share during the year. In celebration of this success, Lenovo recently revealed its comprehensive new lineup of consumer PCs, notebooks, and peripherals in the Philippines.  

The new lineup of Lenovo products was announced during a press event last Friday, June 28, and it featured new PCs/laptops in Lenovo’s Legion, Yoga, IdeaPad, and IdeaCentre lines.


If you ask us, the Legion line is what we’re most excited about; after all, Legion is Lenovo’s gaming range. The 2019 Legion line does not disappoint, as it includes various laptops such as budget-friendly L340 (starts at PHP 49,995), the Y540 (starts at PHP 69,995), and the powerful RTX 2060-equipped Y740 (PHP 119,995). Lenovo also presented its T530 desktop which packs up to an RTX 2070 GPU (starts at PHP 69,995).

Complementing the aforementioned laptops and desktop are the Legion peripherals, including the H300 Stereo Gaming Headset (PHP 2,995), H500 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset (PHP 4,995), M500 RGB Gaming Mouse (PHP 2,995), and the K500 RGB Mechanical Keyboard (PHP 3,995). Finally, Lenovo unveiled the Y44w Monitor, a 44-inch ultrawide gaming display with a 144Hz refresh rate (PHP 59,995).


For on-the-go productivity, Lenovo unveiled two new laptops in the Yoga line: the S940 and the S730. The Yoga S940 packs a 14-inch 4K display and an 8th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, all in a slim and light package (PHP 115,995). Meanwhile, the S730 is even more portable with its 13.3” FHD display (PHP 69,995).


If the Yoga laptops are a bit over your budget, the IdeaPad line is for you. Lenovo introduced four new models in this range, from the budget-friendly, S145 (PHP 18,995) to the heavy-duty  S540 with an MX 250 GPU (PHP 59,995). Rounding out the IdeaPad line are the 8th gen i7-equipped S340 (PHP 52,995) and the C340 which has a 360-degree hinge (PHP 25,995).


Finally, Lenovo revealed two new IdeaCentre all-in-one desktops: the AiO A340 and the AiO 330. The AiO A340 features a 9th-gen Intel core processor, as well as an impressive 90% screen-to-body ratio (PHP 32,995). The AiO 330 meanwhile, is the smaller and more wallet friendly all-in-one option (PHP 23,995).

For more info on the new Lenovo laptops, desktops, and peripherals, visit https://www.lenovo.com/ph/en/pc/.