The Lenovo Legion Y44w is a sprawling 43.4-inch curved display
Lenovo is doubling down on gaming at CES 2019. In addition to its new and extra highly effective Legion laptops, the corporate introduced two new gaming displays and a vary of gaming peripherals, together with a mouse, keyboard, and headset.
The star of the present could be the brand new Legion Y44w, an expansive 43.4-inch curved display with a crisp 3,840 x 1,200-pixel WVA panel and a peak brightness of 450 nits. It provides a sprawling, panoramic discipline of view and pairs that with a speedy 144Hz refresh price for a easy, immersive expertise.
The 32:10 side ratio additionally expands the accessible vertical viewing space in comparison with the extra widespread 32:9 ratio.
In addition, it boasts VESA’s DisplayHDR 400 certification and help for AMD’s Radeon FreeSync 2. FreeSync 2 is mainly a stricter model of the FreeSync variable refresh price expertise. It’s designed to let you already know what you are getting, which incorporates issues like decrease enter latency, low framerate compensation, and HDR.
The Legion Y44w comes with a big selection of connectivity choices as nicely, together with two USB-C ports, one Gen 1 and one Gen 2, for accepting inputs from a secondary pocket book or smartphone. The monitor helps picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture modes, and a built-in KVM change will allow you to handle video inputs from as much as two gadgets and change between them simply.
Elsewhere, you will discover two HDMI 2.0, one DisplayPort 1.Four enter, and a four-port USB 3.1 (Gen 1) hub.
For these of you who’re extra targeted on aggressive esports, Lenovo has the Y27gq, a 27-inch 2,560 x 1,440-pixel display with a formidable 240Hz refresh price. The Y27gq additionally helps NVIDIA’s G-Sync expertise, so you will get a actually easy and tear-free gaming expertise.
In addition, it options what Lenovo calls a NearEdgeless design with tremendous slim bezels, so it is appropriate to be used in multi-monitor setups.
There’s additionally a hook on the facet so that you can stow your headset, a considerate inclusion that can make it easier to tidy up your desk. Another nifty function that is additionally current on the Legion Y44w is the removable Harman Kardon-certified speaker that sits on the base, which you’ll take away when you do not want it.
The Legion Y44w will begin at US$1,199 and is anticipated to be accessible in April. The Legion Y27gq is slated for availability in April as nicely at US$999.
Elsewhere, Lenovo confirmed off its peripherals together with the Legion M500 RGB Gaming Mouse, Legion Ok500 RGB Mechanical Keyboard, Legion H300 Stereo Gaming Headset, and H500 Pro 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset.
The Legion M500 is an ergonomic, right-handed mouse outfitted with a 16,000DPI PixArt PMW 3389 sensor, which ought to ship exact and dependable monitoring. The 104-key Legion Ok500 keyboard has a related give attention to the necessities as nicely, with an included wrist relaxation and Red switches for a fast and responsive typing expertise.
Finally, the 2 headsets each function a sturdy all-metal design and 50mm dynamic drivers. They additionally include retractable growth mics that may be conveniently stowed when you do not want them. The foremost distinction is the 7.1 encompass sound provided by the Legion H500 Pro, which provides driverless encompass sound correct out of the field.
Here’s an outline of their costs:
- Lenovo Legion M500 RGB Gaming Mouse (US$59)
- Lenovo Legion Ok500 RGB Mechanical Keyboard (US$99)
- Lenovo Legion H300 Stereo Gaming Headset (US$59)
- Lenovo Legion H500 Pro 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset (US$99)
They are all anticipated to be available for purchase in April.