What you need to know
- New Lenovo Legion and IdeaPad gaming PCs will come with three months of Stadia Pro.
- People can redeem the offer through Lenovo Vantage on their Lenovo device.
- Stadia Pro has a growing library of games that you can play on your phone or PC.
Lenovo makes some of the best gaming laptops and best gaming desktops on the market. While these PCs from Lenovo offer impressive local gaming, they can also be used for streaming games. Lenovo has teamed up with Google to provide three free months of Stadia Pro (opens in new tab) with Lenovo Legion and IdeaPad gaming PCs.
There are over 130 games on Stadia right now, and the service gains games regularly. Stadia Pro allows you to stream at up to 4K with HDR support. It also allows you to purchase games at a discount.
Once a person purchases a new Legion or IdeaPad gaming PC, they can redeem the offer through Lenovo Vantage.
People who like to stream games to PCs have a growing list of services. NVIDIA's GeForce Now (opens in new tab) has been around for some time, Stadia Pro works on PCs through supported browsers, and Xbox game streaming is on the way to Windows as well.
Modern mid-range gaming laptop
It won't match up to high-end options in terms of performance, but it does have some respectable features and power.
Everything you need
A great way to start
This bundle includes everything you need to get started with Stadia. It includes the controller, a Stadia Controller Power Adapter, Google Chromecast Ultra, and a Google Chromecast Ultra Power Adapter with an Ethernet port. However, all you absolutely need as the bare minimum is a PC, laptop, or Chromebook with a web browser or smartphone compatible with the Stadia app.
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