Gaming Laptops Are Getting Sexier - Lenovo Y410p

Friday, July 19, 2013

Lenovo Y410p Philippines

With Intel's new Haswell processors now officially out, a new breed of laptops are making it's way to our mortal hands. With stellar improvements on battery life not to mention onboard graphics performance it's pretty obvious that the first few Haswell laptops we'll see on retailer's shelves are the gaming laptops. Now I know we're kind of used to seeing hardcore gamers haul their gaming behemoths we dare call laptops around, but it looks like we're finally going to see gaming notebooks that won't break your back. One such piece of beautiful hardware is Lenovo's new Y410p. I know it's not an 11-inch MacBook Air in terms of size and weight but I'm pretty sure you'll notice the size and weight is amazing when you take into consideration the power they managed to cram inside. The Lenovo Y410p has a 4th Gen Intel Core i7 4700MQ running the show with a NVIDIA GeForce GT750M GDDR5 2GB to keep all those gaming graphics smooth.

The 1TB hard drive will also be able to store all those saved games you hold dear and any number of games you want to install on your system. Although screen resolution starts at 1366x768 you can max it out up to 1600x900 if you feel that you need to push extra pixels on that 14" screen. I was actually hoping for a 16GB upgrade option for the standard 8.0GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600 MHz they have on board but unfortunately it's not available. I'm sure things will still run smoothly anyways but it never hurts to have more power when you want all your applications running all at ounce. Now I'm sure you're wondering about the price by now and I have to say the starting price for one of these is at a comfortable USD 799.00 and will set you back a cool USD 1,399 if you want the fully loaded model. I'm not sure when these'll be available on our side of the world but if you have somebody coming home from the US and willing to bring this home to you then consider me envious of your situation. Anyways, just go ahead and check the source link if you want to know more.

Posted by Jab Escutin
Source: Lenovo