Lenovo appears like they are going to have quite a busy 2017 thanks to the wide range of products they are showing off this year at CES. We've seen some of the new ThinkPad lineup, including a newly updated Thinkpad Carbon X1 ultrabook, new smartphone offerings from Lenovo and their sub-brand Motorola, but one of the things that is a bit of a different path for Lenovo is their Legion series of products.
Legion is the name of Lenovo's products that are aimed at the gaming community. On the portable side, the Legion Y520 and Y720 are both laptops that have features gamers want and offer more performance for today's games. The Y520 is the "entry level" system in the notebook series and then you can move up to the Y720 which adds even more performance and aims at a mid to high range gamer. Due to the number schemes that Lenovo likes to utilize it would probably be somewhat safe to assume that we'll see a Y920 at some point to fill out the Legion notebook series down the road. Oh, I almost forgot to mention that the Y720 is also the first notebook to offer Dolby Atmos sound build in.
If you'd like a gaming system but want a bit more power than what a laptop can offer Lenovo's Legion series of products still has you covered. Lenovo has some portable PC towers in the Legion series (available now), and at CES 2017 are showing off their "All-in-One" Legion system as well. Normally when you thing all-in-one PC you don't think gaming performance, but the new Legion All-in-One features the ability to upgrade your system and even uses a full sized video card for the performance that gamers demand, all in a nice tight form factor.