Lenovo Legion Y545 (15.6-inch, 2019) Series

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Ekspertanmeldelse av : Charles Jefferies (pcmag.com)

Lenovo Legion Y545

 

Lenovo's new entry-level gaming notebook, the Legion Y545 provides smooth framerates on its 15.6-inch full HD screen in today's games. It's a good alternative to the Acer Predator Helios 300, although its chassis gets a little toasty.

Excellent 1080p gaming performance as tested (with GTX 1660 Ti). Bright screen. Reasonably priced. Supports two internal storage drives. Ports are well-placed.

Relatively quiet fans, but chassis gets hot while gaming. Awkward webcam location. Number-pad layout isn't familiar. No media card reader.

Bottom Line: Lenovo's new entry-level gaming notebook, the Legion Y545 provides smooth framerates on its 15.6-inch full HD screen in today's games. It's a good alternative to the Acer Predator Helios 300, although its chassis gets a little toasty.

Sep 2019

Ekspertanmeldelse av : Joshua Goldman (cnet.co.uk)

Lenovo's Legion Y545 has an old body, new name, same excellent gaming value

 

Starting at around $1,000, the Y545 might look one of last year's models, but its up-to-date Intel and Nvidia components will keep you gaming into the future.

The Lenovo Legion Y545 has an edgier design than the rest of the Legion gaming laptop lineup without going over-the-top. It's loaded with some great components for its price including a choice of three Nvidia graphics cards.

The Y545 isn't as thin as its linemates or competitors and lacks extras like RGB per-key lighting and keyboard macros.

Like its predecessor, the Y7000P, Lenovo's Legion Y545 outperforms its price.

Aug 2019

Ekspertanmeldelse av : Joshua Goldman (cnet.com.au)

Lenovo's Legion Y545 has an old body, new name, same excellent gaming value

 

Starting at around $1,000, the Y545 might look one of last year's models, but its up-to-date Intel and Nvidia components will keep you gaming into the future.

The Lenovo Legion Y545 has an edgier design than the rest of the Legion gaming laptop lineup without going over-the-top. It's loaded with some great components for its price including a choice of three Nvidia graphics cards.

The Y545 isn't as thin as its linemates or competitors and lacks extras like RGB per-key lighting and keyboard macros.

Like its predecessor, the Y7000P, Lenovo's Legion Y545 outperforms its price.

Aug 2019

Ekspertanmeldelse av : Charles Jefferies (computershopper.com)

Lenovo Legion Y545

 

Excellent 1080p gaming performance as tested (with GTX 1660 Ti). Bright screen. Reasonably priced. Supports two internal storage drives. Ports are well-placed.

Relatively quiet fans, but chassis gets hot while gaming. Awkward webcam location. Number-pad layout isn't familiar. No media card reader.

Lenovo's new entry-level gaming notebook, the Legion Y545 provides smooth framerates on its 15.6-inch full HD screen in today's games. It's a good alternative to the Acer Predator Helios 300, although its chassis gets a little toasty.

Sep 2019