Lenovo introduces new powerful gaming laptops in Vietnam

September 08, 2022 | 17:27
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On September 6, Lenovo launched a new series of powerful gaming laptops powered by AMD, aiming to increase its local market share by delivering unique and explosive gaming and content creation experiences to stimulate all the senses.

The new product series, including Legion 5, Legion 5 Pro, and IdeaPad Gaming 3, integrate the most modern and advanced technologies for Lenovo's professional gaming laptops.

Powered by the latest AMD processor platform and the most powerful graphics cards, they include many specialised features to deliver an impressive experience for users’ professional, gaming, and leisure needs.

General Manager of Lenovo Vietnam Nguyen Van Giap said, “The gaming community that enjoys our Lenovo Legion brand are always looking forward to new products that can satisfy their needs of living, working, and gaming."

"Today, Lenovo launches a new series of gaming laptops that can fully satisfy the needs of different levels, from novices to professional players. With powerful configurations for optimal gaming performance and thanks to our AI and many specialised tweaks, Lenovo's new series of products is sure to bring exciting gaming and creation experiences.”

Lenovo introduces new powerful gaming laptops in Vietnam
Legion 5

Lenovo's high-end gaming laptop models are now on the market. Legion laptops enjoy a dedicated premium mode, the Legion Ultimate Support (LUS), which will ensure that users can keep their PC at 100 per cent performance, 100 per cent of the time.

LUS provides 24/7 technical support and advice for hardware, software, and accessories through messages, emails, and chats with highly trained and experienced technicians who have game-specific knowledge to ensure that Legion users' experiences are always optimal.

Lenovo introduces new powerful gaming laptops in Vietnam
IdeaPad Gaming 3

Lenovo is among the leading brands around the globe, as well as in Asia-Pacific, and enjoys positive growth in the Vietnamese market.

“Vietnam is among key markets within the region that Lenovo is focused on. We aim to increase our market share in the country by introducing new products with advanced technologies and good services,” added the general manager.

Vietnam’s gaming laptop market has seen a boom since late 2021, driven by online working and the growing demands for entertainment during the pandemic. Industry insiders forecast that the market growth will continue in Vietnam and other Southeast Asian nations over the coming months.

Lenovo is a global tech powerhouse with $70 billion in revenue. Ranked 171st in the Fortune Global 500, it employs 75,000 people around the world and serves millions of customers every day in 180 markets.

Focused on a bold vision to deliver smarter technology for all, Lenovo has built on its success as the world’s leading PC player by expanding into new growth areas of infrastructure, mobiles, solutions, and services.

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