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The New Lenovo Legion Y720 Review: The Best Gaming Laptop

On top of ditching the old IdeaPad used by the previous Y700 and Y70, Lenovo has given its 15.6-inch mobile gaming rig a complete internal refresh with Kaby Lake processors and Nvidia Pascal graphics to make this a VR ready machine – which coincidentally, Lenovo just doubled down on by teasing its own headset.

Lenovo is taking its gaming laptop line to the next level with a very virtual reality-focused Legion Y720

Getting back to the laptop, though, it retains much of the design of its predecessor with an all black and red color scheme. There are some slight differences with the Legion Y720 being slightly thinner and sharper.

The Legion Y720 also adopts many of its design cues from Lenovo’s largest gaming laptop ever, the IdeaPad Y900, including the central hinge and an optional four-zone RGB keyboard. 

Another interesting option you add to this 17-inch option is an integrated Xbox One Wireless receiver, saving you the trouble of plugging in Microsoft’s awkwardly large USB dongle.
However, before you get to the optional extras you’ll probably want to spec this rig out with the gaming components that matter.

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An optional 4K display, up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and a 2TB HDD or 1TB PCIe SSD, plus a beefy 60Whr battery promising up to 5 hours of battery life.

The Lenovo Legion Y720 can be configured with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processors and Nvidia GTX 1060 graphics with 6GB of GDDR5 memory. 

The build makes it an VR ready machine and Lenovo is making a hard push in this particular field. Lenovo’s new Entertainment Hub software comes bundled with the Legion Y720 and on top of gathering all your media and games together into one place, the program also enables to you to enjoy movie and games in virtual reality even if they haven’t been designed for it. 

Lenovo explains, the Entertainment Hub essentially upscales media and packages it for a virtual reality experience. For example, starting up a movie would plant us into a faux-movie theater, in which we watched a virtual screen from the middle rows of an empty movie theater. 

There are some obvious flaws in this converted experience. For one thing a traditional mouse or controller is a more more familiar control scheme and feels a lot less jerky than trying to keep your head still. Secondly, to “upscale” a game for VR, the Entertainment Hub essentially duplicates the picture at a slightly different angle and in the process ends up cropping out part of the frame.

Despite these shortcomings, Lenovo argues it wants to offer users more VR content and the ability to convert media and games users already have. 

Early verdict

The Lenovo Legion Y720 looks to be a solid choice for a mid-range gaming laptop. While we’ve seen plenty of laptops break the bank for the best specs and performance, this 15.6-inch option starts at a refreshingly affordable $1,399 (about £1,140, AU$1,950)  – and users on a tighter budget may want to consider the lower-end Legion Y520 that starts at $899 (about £735, AU$1,255).
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