Known as the Y70 Touch, the machine is thin for the category and built with an expansive 17.3-inch touch screen. As with many gaming laptops, available configurations vary significantly, but the higher-end options offer a lot of portable power, where you can handle your wallet safely.
Flaunts a design that’s a little less bold than some gaming laptops, Lenovo’s first 17.3-inch touchscreen model has a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 and some powerful graphics on board in the form of an Nvidia GTX-860M 4G DDR5 card.
System will be available with a wide range of specs, and can be configured up to an Intel Core i7 processor with 512 GB SSD storage. This being a gaming laptop, has the usual bevy of extra goodies on board, including a backlit keyboard and JBL speakers.
It’s not as thin as some gaming laptops we’ve seen in recent years, but its a lot thinner than most 17-inch systems, being just 25.9 mm (1 in).
The Y70 Touch has been released later in October with prices starting at US$1399.
The Y70 is yet to launch in India.