Lenovo LOQ: Unveiling the New Entry-Level Gaming Notebook in Brazil

Discover the Lenovo LOQ, Lenovo’s latest gaming notebook series launched in Brazil. Explore its powerful features, including 12th gen Intel processors, GeForce RTX graphics, and Super Rapid Charge. Elevate your gaming experience with premium design and advanced functionalities. Available now at Lenovo’s official store.

Lenovo Unveils New Entry-Level Gaming Notebook in Brazil: Meet the Lenovo LOQ

In an exciting development for gaming enthusiasts, Lenovo has officially launched its latest line of entry-level gaming notebooks, the Lenovo LOQ, in Brazil. Unveiled during the renowned Brazil Game Show (BGS) 2023, these notebooks are set to redefine the gaming experience for users seeking an affordable yet high-performance option. Drawing inspiration from the well-regarded Legion family, known for its intermediate and top-tier devices, the Lenovo LOQ boasts impressive features, including the powerful 12th generation Intel Core i5-12450H processors.

One of the key highlights of the Lenovo LOQ is its graphics capability, offering users the choice between GeForce RTX 2050 or RTX 3050 graphics cards. With a starting price of R$ 5,000, Lenovo aims to make gaming more accessible without compromising on design or functionality. The company is keen on positioning the LOQ as an entry-level product with premium design elements and advanced features, all while ensuring scalability for users who seek future upgrades.

The design of the Lenovo LOQ is particularly commendable, featuring a USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 port with power support and DisplayPort 1.4 on the left side, and a USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 port on the right side. The rear connectivity includes standard power input, RJ45 network port, HDMI 2.1 output, and two USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 ports. This thoughtful design not only enhances usability but also emphasizes the company’s commitment to providing a comprehensive gaming experience.

A significant aspect of the Lenovo LOQ is its Super Rapid Charge mode, allowing the 60Wh battery to charge from 0% to 70% in just 30 minutes. Compatible with the proprietary 135W charger, USB-C port, power banks, and other compatible chargers, this feature ensures minimal downtime for gamers. Additionally, Lenovo introduces its AI technology, Lenovo LA AI, enabling the use of Lenovo AI Engine+ to automatically adjust performance and consumption, optimizing the gaming experience.

In terms of specifications, the default configuration includes 8 GB of DDR5-4800 memory, expandable up to an impressive 32 GB of DDR5-5600 memory. The Lenovo LOQ is equipped with a 512 GB NVMe PCIe4 SSD, providing ample storage for gaming libraries, and users can expand it to a whopping 1 TB for additional space. Notably, accessing the memory and SSD slots is relatively straightforward, differentiating it from other entry-level notebooks.

For eager gamers eyeing the Lenovo LOQ, the model equipped with the GeForce RTX 2050 (4 GB) is currently available in the official Lenovo store, priced at R$ 4,949.99 for cash purchases or R$ 5,499.99 payable in up to 12 installments. However, the variant featuring the RTX 3050 with 6 GB is listed at R$ 8,999.99, though currently facing stock limitations in Brazil.

As Lenovo expands its gaming laptop portfolio, the Lenovo LOQ emerges as a promising contender in the entry-level gaming market, offering a blend of performance, design, and affordability. With a focus on meeting the diverse needs of gamers, Lenovo aims to elevate the gaming experience for both seasoned enthusiasts and those entering the world of gaming PCs. As the demand for gaming laptops continues to rise, the Lenovo LOQ establishes itself as a noteworthy option, inviting users to embark on a thrilling gaming journey with cutting-edge technology at their fingertips.