|Screen Size||15.6 Inches|
|Memory Speed||2666 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||5 Hours|
Lenovo Legion Y7000 Gaming Laptop: Intel Core i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, 15.6" Full HD Display
|Voice command||Keyboard, Keypad, Numeric Keypad|
|Operating System||Windows 10|
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- 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8750H Processor (6-Core, 9MB Cache, up to 4.1GHz w/Turbo Boost)
- 16GB DDR4 (2-DIMM) 2666MHz RAM
- 1.0TB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive + 256GB PCle Solid State Drive
- 15.6" Anti-glare IPS LED Backlit FHD (1920 x 1080) Display
- 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics / Wifi AC / Bluetooth / Backlit Keyboard
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Processor & Memory: Intel Core i7-8750H Processor 2.2GHz 16GB DDR4 (2-DIMM) 2666MHz RAM Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64 Bit) Drives: 1.0TB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive + 256GB PCle Solid State Drive No Optical Drive Graphics & Video: 15.6" Anti-glare IPS LED Backlit FHD (1920 x 1080) Display 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Communications: 802.11 Wireless-AC + Bluetooth 4.1 100/1000M Gigabit Ethernet (RJ-45 Connector) Integrated 720p Webcam Audio: 2x 2W speakers + Harman Audio Premium Processing Keyboard: Backlit Keyboard with Numeric Keypad Ports & Slots: 3x USB 3.1 1x USB 3.1 Type C 1x HDMI 2.0 1x Combination Audio Jack Battery: Up to 5-hour Battery 3-Cell 57WH Lithium Polymer Additional Information: Dimensions: 14.22" x 10.51" x 1.06" Approximate Weight: 5.17lbs
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The laptop is fast, i mean fast. I can run multiple desktops with no issue and the computer hardly breaks a sweat.
The full 1060 card is an extremely nice addition. If you notice this laptop has specs of competitors that are $300-1000 more in price. I read a review on another site where the customer noted "the processor is not fast." Obviously some non computer savvy consumer. This has the 8750h which is standard on all i7 gaming laptops and also one of the fastest processors on the market.
Sleek/sleeper design- This laptop doesn't grab attention, i'm 35 i can't carry a laptop to work that has dragons and rgb lighting all over it.
You can tell the engineers wanted to make the device easily mod-able. I replaced the 1tb hdd with a 1tb ssd and it was very easy to do, even someone with no experience with laptop disassembly can do it. After removing the 10 or 13 screws from the bottom, you have easy access to all the components. A repaste job, ram/hdd/wifi upgrade can be done with ease. My last laptop i had to completely disassemble to get to the CPU.
Smallish form factor- This laptop is actually smaller than my 14" HP DV6 (previous laptop). Because of the thin bezels it has a fairly small footprint.
The 60hz screen is surprisingly good, it's not macbook good(own one of those as well) but it is VERY good considering the price. Not much washing out and great contrast. The matte finish is also very nice for bright lights in the office.
Numpad- It's pretty terrible i'm not a fan. It takes a WHILE to get used to it. I still have issues blind typing with it, the layout of the numpad is odd to say the least. It's nice to have but has a steep learning curve.
The keyboard and track pad layout, are pretty standard of gaming laptops(slightly off center) and might annoy someone who hasn't owned a gaming laptop before.
Wifi card- If your device comes with the realtek wifi car, replace it with the intel 9560 card ($15-20). The realtek randomly disconnects as well as crashes my router. Even after the bios update. Plus the 9560 upgrades bluetooth to 5.0 which is a nice addition. Really the best cheap mod you can do to this device.
Thermals- This is not exclusive to this laptop, they are generally good. However, after heavy gaming sessions the device can get warm, in the 80-95 degree Celsius range. This is because of the GPU and the processor. THIS IS NOT A DEVICE ISSUE. This is more related to the components themselves. Undervolting (w/throttlestop) is an easy fix and will remedy the solution with no harm to the computer.
If you know your way around computers, you can repaste for an easy 5-10 degree Celsius temp drop.
According to Lenovo, this will not void the warranty as long as it doesn't directly effect what you are claiming the warranty for.
Fan noise- if you aren't used to the fan noise of a gaming laptop, don't buy this computer. However, that's really only when you are really pushing the internals. When i'm using excel, idle, notepad ++ , watching videos, or surfing. The laptop is silent. It does occasionally spool up the fans on start up, but it's not a major issue. When gaming the fan noise is average for a gaming laptop. ALL GAMING LAPTOPS ARE NOISY WHEN PUSHING THE CPU AND GPU! I can't stress that enough for people who come from office laptops or macbooks. You can't put a V8 into something and expect it to be quiet. lol
The screen, if you are a video/photo editor and care about color accuracy this is not the screen for you. However, if you do those things you probably already have an external monitor.
All in all great buy, just compare it's guts to a Acer Helios 300(better specs, but muuuch bulkier), dell g7(last gen), razor blade/stealth/15.
Performance-wise it's amazing. Super fast. Not hot. Thin bezels, solidly built. The fans do throttle up from time to time but it's not that long and I've had it in meetings and people don't even seem to notice. Granted, I don't play super graphics intensive games but I do play some CPU intensive stuff and it just handles it without giving me a moment thinking it's working too hard.
Couldn't be happier.
All in all, very unimpressed with how flimsy it is.
Would not buy again, and will not buy another Lenovo
I've had this for 2-3 weeks and am generally very impressed and satisfied. This is my first gaming laptop and I use it for both work at home and games. Extremely fast. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is a few relatively minor points:
- the charger is quite large and bulky/heavy
- The number key pad is awkwardly placed, above the arrow keys.
- The fan is pretty loud but it only comes on when you are seriously taxing the system (which is not often for me so far).
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