Lenovo is relatively new to the gaming laptop game.
At least this time around.
The latest Lenovo Legion Y920 is it's most ambitious product up to date.
And it's also got a big starting price of $2700 when it ships in June.
The 17 inch addition to it's gaming line is based around an 8 gigabyte and video GTX 1070 providing a full HD 1920 by 1080 IPS display.
But the real interesting thing is with the Notebook's display report to g sync and the computer can also drive an external g sync monitor through it's full sized display port connection.
It also incorporates up to an Intel Core i7 7828hkCPU.
One of the seventh generation versions of that quad core processor family.
And Lenovo makes it easy to boost the **** speed with a dedicated button on the chaise.
Other specs include 16 gigabytes of memory and up to a 512 gigabyte SSD with one terabyte hard disk.
In addition to the display port connection, there's also a thunderbolt, hdmi, four usb three, and then sd card slot.
It's relatively heavy at ten pounds compared with competitors from ASUS, Alienware, and MSI and so on, but it's still lighter that schlepping a desktop