Also, you can check its in-depth specs and more information here: https://laptopmedia.com/series/lenovo-legion-y530/
Performance-wise, the choice of processors is the same for the two machines – either an Intel Core i7-8750H or Intel Core i5-8300H processors and the two chips occupy the 4th and 8th positions in our Top Laptop CPU ranking respectively. When it comes to the graphics department, the options are two for the Y530 – an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (4GB GDDR5), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (4GB GDDR5). Whereas the Y730 comes with only NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (4GB GDDR5).
As for the storage devices, both the Y730 and Y530 employ up to a 1000GB SSD + up to 2000GB HDD. RAM-wise, they offer up to 32GB making them future-proof.
The display section is where Y730 shines – it has configurations with 144 Hz 15.6-inch Full HD IPS panels while Y530 is equipped with 60 Hz panels.
Another noteworthy dissimilarity is in terms of the machines’ design. While they’re quite similar when looking straight at the screen, this is not exactly so when we go around the sides – the Y730 has an RGB ambient system lighting which glows through the side and back vents. Y730’s keyboard backlight is also RGB whereas Y530’s one is only white. Also, the Y730 is a bit thinner which may be better for those of you who are often on the go – we are looking at a profile thickness of 20 – 22.5 mm vs 24.9 – 23.9 mm (Y530). Last but not of least importance, the USB-C port on the Legion Y730 supports the Thunderbolt 3 standard, wheres the one on the Y530 does not.
You can check all available configurations and detailed specs of the Y530 in our Laptops Specs system:
You can check all available configurations and detailed specs of the Y730 in our Laptops Specs system: