Lenovo has launched a series of low-cost gaming laptops LOQ
The company has expanded its range of branded gaming laptops with the introduction of the LOQ series, a more affordable alternative to models in the Legion family. New items have acquired productive hardware and fast matrices, as well as a keyboard with customizable backlighting. In addition, the vendor has updated the Legion Slim series.
Lenovo LOQ 15 features a 15.6-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, a refresh rate of 165Hz and a response time of 3ms. Model LOQ 16, as its name implies, is equipped with a 16-inch matrix (2560×1600, 165 Hz). Regardless of the diagonal, all screens of the new products in the series have 100% sRGB coverage, brightness up to 250 nits and support for NVIDIA G-SYNC (and AMD FreeSync for models with “red” CPUs).
The laptops come in multiple configurations with Intel up to Core i7-13700H or AMD up to Ryzen 7 7840HS. The amount of RAM is up to 16 GB, a solid-state drive with a PCIe 4.0 interface is up to 1 TB. NVIDIA discrete graphics up to and including the GeForce RTX 4060 are responsible for the multimedia capabilities of the new products.
Lenovo LOQ 15 starts at $900. Versions on Intel processors will appear on store shelves in April, models based on AMD – in May. Lenovo LOQ 16 with Intel chips will cost from $1149 (sales start in May), and with AMD processors – from $950 (retail will arrive in June).