Lenovo Legion Y700 (2023) Gaming Tablet Goes Global

Lenovo launched the Lenovo Legion Y700 (2023) last year in China as a gaming-oriented tablet initially launched in China last year. The tech giant is now making it available to global markets. More specifically, the Legion Y700 (2023) will be available in EMEA and ASIA. However, other markets will soon be added to the list as the tablet officially goes global.

Lenovo Legion Y700 (2023) Specifications

The Lenovo Legion Y700 (2023) has an 8.8-inch IPS LCD screen with 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and a 16:10 aspect ratio. The device has a 144Hz refresh rate, Dolby Vision, HDR10, and 500 nits typical brightness. It’s not the largest display among tablets, but will provide a decent experience for focused gaming.

Under the hood, the tablet carries the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (4nm). The mid-2022 flagship chipset still is a stellar option for intense gaming. Its 4nm fabrication also makes it power-efficient even after long gaming sessions. The Adreno 730 can run any game without any hassle. The tablet is paired with either 12GB RAM and 256 GB storage or 16 GB RAM and 512 GB of Internal Storage.

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Lenovo Legion Y700

The tablet also comes with a 13 MP wide camera at the back aided by a 2 MP macro shooter. There is an 8 MP front camera for video calls and selfies. The tablet comes with Stereo Speakers tuned by JBL. There is also Dual-band Wi-Fi 6, 2 x USB Type-C 3.1 Gen2 ports with support for DisplayPort 1.4. The tablet draws its power from a 6,550 mAh battery with support for 45W fast charging.

The device comes with Legion ColdFront passive cooling solution with a dedicated vapor chamber. Depending on the use case, it promises long gaming sessions and various performance modes.

Pricing and Availability

The Lenovo Legion Y700 (2023) Gaming tablet will start selling in EMEA countries this month, starting at €599. More markets will follow soon.

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