With a humongous 4,500 floorspace, Lenovo’s new Singapore flagship store in Funan Mall boasts a comprehensive retail and customer experience. Dedicated event spaces, along with online-to-offline experiences are joined with an open-concept Legion gaming section that will be available for members of the public to use and game on.
As part of the launch, Lenovo has launched four refreshed gaming laptops that has been upgraded with the latest components such as the 9th gen intel core i9 CPUs and nvidia geforce gtx 1650 and 1660Ti GPUs available this year.
Lenovo Experience Store
At the heart of the Lenovo Experience Store is a new online-to-offline concept of retail, allowing customers to freely access customer service and make purchases at their own convenience by scanning QR codes and making payment online.
The Experience Store will be host to the full range of Lenovo products, with experience zones covering everyone’s needs – from travellers, businesspeople, students and gamers. These cover Lenovo’s wide range of ThinkPad, ThinkVision, ThinkStation, Yoga and Legion products, along with the brand’s smart and connected home devices, tablets and accessories.
Lenovo’s focus on the esports scene in Singapore can be seen with the huge section dedicated to its Legion series of gaming products. Members of the public can even game with friends and family in the fully-furnished set-up arranged in tournament style area, complete with Legion peripherals and gaming chairs for a full-fledged in-game experience.
The gaming experience zone will also be host to workshops and tournaments to be held regularly to forge a sense of community.
Lenovo Legion Y740 / Lenovo Legion Y540
At the top of the line are the Y740 and Y540 laptops. Designed to fit into serious environments, these latest gaming laptops pack a punch for gamers on the inside. Both laptops feature top-notch cooling with Legion Coldfront, which keeps the keyboard cool even under heavy loads.
The larger 17-inch Legion Y740 packs a solid punch with its Dolby Atmos Speaker System, along with Dolby Sound Radar, which graphically represents aural cues like in-game radar HUDs do – basically helping players to see what their ears might have missed.
Lenovo Legion Y7000 SE
Bringing back Lenovo’s bold red Legion colour scheme, the Legion Y7000 SE balks the brand’s trend of understated devices with a striking crimson “Y” insignia and matching keyboard with number pad.
With a Full HD display and 144Hz refresh rate, the Legion Y7000 sports a superb display that promises to provide an immersive gaming experience with 300nits of brightness and an anti-glare screen.
Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming
While Lenovo’s other new gaming options are designed with gaming performance forward, the IdeaPad L340 puts its professional foot forward, but keeps the gaming cards on the table should users want to slip a deathmatch or two between presentations.