Lenovo Legion Y7000 (i7-8750H, GTX 1060)


Lenovo Legion Y7000P-1060
Graphics adapter
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (Laptop) - 6144 MB, Core: 1404 MHz, Memory: 8008 MHz, GDDR5, 398.27, Optimus
Memory
16384 MB  , DDR4-2666 PC4-21300, 19-19-19-43, Dual-Channel
Display
15.6 inch 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel 141 PPI, BOE NV156FHM-N61, IPS, BOE06FB, glossy: no
Mainboard
Intel Cannon Lake HM370
Storage
Samsung SSD PM981 MZVLB256HAHQ, 256 GB  , Secondary: 1 TB Seagate ST1000LM049-2GH172
Weight
2.407 kg ( = 84.9 oz / 5.31 pounds), Power Supply: 650 g ( = 22.93 oz / 1.43 pounds)
Price
1100 USD
Note: The manufacturer may use components from different suppliers including display panels, drives or memory sticks with similar specifications.

 


Case

Older Lenovo gaming laptops were overdone from a visual standpoint. The 15-inch Ideapad Y700, for example, had glossy brushed aluminum surfaces, rubberized matte palm rests, red grilles, and a reflective edge-to-edge display all in one. The Legion Y7000 is simpler, all matte, and much less showy than before for an ultimately sleeker gaming aesthetic. The three-sided narrow bezels are reminiscent to the Asus GL504 and FX705 series but with the webcam forced to a suboptimal position below the bottom edge. Fingerprints build up fairly quickly especially on the rubberized palm rests and keyboard deck.

Base rigidity is above average with excellent torsional resistance and no creaking. Nonetheless, it's still a step below the Alienware 15 as pushing down on the keyboard center visibly warps the surface compared to the more hardened Alienware. The lid of the Lenovo is also weaker and more prone to flexing when compared to the aforementioned Asus GL504 or Alienware.

The single center hinge is uniformly firm at all angles with no teetering when typing. Its biggest drawback is the low maximum angle of about 140 degrees compared to 150 degrees or higher on competing models. Even the lid of the Legion Y530 can open up to ~175 degrees if needed.

Construction quality is excellent from top to bottom with no unintended gaps or noticeable defects on our test unit. It's an improvement over our old Ideapad Y50 where the narrow rear grilles were cracked upon arrival.



Dimensions and weight are nearly the same as the Legion Y530. Its length is slightly longer than the MSI GF63 or HP Pavilion Gaming 15 since the extended "jet engine" rear improves cooling at the cost of added volume. The larger Alienware 15 and Asus ROG G752 have similar design approaches. Users who want something smaller and lighter with the same performance options as our Legion Y7000 should consider the MSI GS65.

Slightly rubberized palm rests will attract grease like no tomorrow
Slightly rubberized palm rests will attract grease like no tomorrow
Sharper corners and edges than its Legion Y530 "twin"
Sharper corners and edges than its Legion Y530 "twin"
Plastic rear "jet engine" grilles have a gamer aesthetic while improving airflow at the cost of size and weight
Plastic rear "jet engine" grilles have a gamer aesthetic while improving airflow at the cost of size and weight
Lid opened to maximum angle of ~140 degrees
Lid opened to maximum angle of ~140 degrees


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Lenovo Legion Y7000 (i7-8750H, GTX 1060)

  • Product Code: Lenovo Legion Y7000 (i7-8750H, GTX 1060)
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