The Lenovo Legion Y700 is an Android tablet designed for gamers, with an 8.8 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel, 120 Hz LCD display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 processor, LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.1 storage. It launched in China in February and started shipping globally (via third-party sellers) in April.

Now Lenovo has introduced a new “Ultimate Edition” model in China. It has… the same specs, but comes with a fancy new glass back available in “ice white” or “glare blue” color options and a color changing effect.

In other recent tech news from around the web, the developers who took over Winamp a few years back are inching toward releasing version 5.9 of the classic Windows music player, more pictures of Samsung’s next-gen foldables have leaked two weeks ahead of launch, HP put an emoji key on one of its newest laptops, and a new DIY keyboard project featuring custom… everything, looks pretty cool.

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One reply on “Lilbits: Lenovo Legion Y700 Ultimate Edition gaming tablet, Winamp 5.9, and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 and Flip4”

  1. My gods Brad, you scared me for a moment there. I just got my Chinese y700 (12GB/256GB version) on Friday and for a moment I thought it had become obsolete the day after I got it. Thankfully that’s not the case. The premium versions also seem to be more expensive so I’m still happy with my purchase (it even supports Google play, games, chrome, etc. Without finagling)

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