The Legion T730 and T530 are siblings yet they have some key differences and similarities. Both feature a 28L chassis with a distinct yet subtle design but only the T730 has full RGB, the T530 is limited to just red. Another key difference is that the T730 has a side window while the T530 has a closed case.
Lenovo also did enthusiasts and experienced builders a favor as they gave the desktops tool-less internals for easy swapping of components. The PCs even have easy to carry handles on top.
Powering these towers is Intel’s latest 8th generation core i7 processors, Nvidia’s GTX 1060 GPU, up to 32GB of RAM, and up to two 512GB PCIe RAID 0 SSDs or 2TB SATA HDDs. The desktops also feature Dolby Atmos and the T730 can be outfitted with an optional Asetek liquid cooling system.
The Lenovo Legion T730 and T530 will be available this August for a starting price of $929.99 (~Php 49,363) and $829.99 (~Php 44,055), respectively. Local pricing and availability are yet to be announced.