When I think of a purpose-built gaming smartphone, there’s only one that comes to mind—the ASUS ROG Phone 3. Call me biased but the ROG Phone 3, to me, encapsulates everything a proper gaming smartphone should be. I’ve said it once. And twice. That said, does that mean competitors can’t do better? Hold on to that thought because here comes the Lenovo Legion Phone Duel.
Lenovo Legion’s new savage gaming portfolio is now in Malaysia. Combining style and uncompromising performance, the 2020 line-up consists of the Legion 5 (AMD), Legion 5i, Legion 5Pi, Legion 7i, Legion Tower 5i, and IdeaPad Gaming 3i.
The global, far-reaching games industry has come together to help disseminate key messages from the World Health Organisation (WHO) about COVID-19. A total of 18 game industry leaders including the likes of Zynga, Activision Blizzard, Riot Games, and Unity has launched #PlayApartTogether—an initiative to encourage their vast network of users to follow the WHO’s health guidelines.
Unleashed on the streets last year, the Lenovo’s fully-loaded roving gaming truck—Legion Battlecruiser is returning for round two. Gamers and fans in Penang, Ipoh, Kuantan and Johor Bahru will get their chance to show off their inner savage in Call of Duty, Red Dead Redemption 2 and FIFA 20 on the latest Legion hardware.
Don’t be surprised if you see a truck emblazoned with Lenovo Legion gaming livery roving about town. For the first time, Lenovo is introducing its Legion Truck—a fully-loaded gaming setup integrated into a truck that will travel across Malaysia from October to December 2019.
Legion of Champions (LoC) is back for the fourth iteration, promising to be the biggest yet. In partnership with Intel, Lenovo’s flagship Asia Pacific esports tournament will see gamers from 12 markets in the region battle it out for a combined price money of MYR89,100. Due to overwhelming response, Lenovo is extending the registration due date for LoC IV to 13 October 2019.
The gaming segment continues to be a growth segment in the PC industry. In a short time, Lenovo through its sub-brand Legion, has carved a name for itself in the gaming PC sector with a premium, powerful family of gaming devices. Today, it unleashed the new Lenovo Legion Y530 Laptop, as well as refreshed notebooks, gaming towers and gaming cubes in Malaysia.
It’s barely a year old but Lenovo Legion, Lenovo’s dedicated sub-brand for gaming, has already created a dent in the gaming universe. Today at the annual E3 expo, the brand unveiled a new sophisticated look alongside a new family of six gaming PCs – the Lenovo Legion Y730 and Y530 notebooks, T730 and T530 towers and C730 and C530 cubes.
As Hari Raya looms, Lenovo is making festive celebrations even more joyous, offering exciting and exclusive deals on its consumer products. The month-long promotion sees its Lenovo Legion series, Yoga series, IdeaPad series sold for a discount with free gifts and vouchers thrown in. That’s not all, customers will be entitled to buy Star Wars: Jedi Challenges for just MYR249 when they purchase Lenovo products. Lenovo is also extending its new warranty service – Lenovo PremiumCare at a special rate on all its products.