What you need to know
- Lenovo announced the new Legion Y25-25L gaming monitor.
- The 1080p display can hit up to 240Hz with NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync support.
- The Legion Y25-25L is expected to go on sale in June for $320.
Lenovo has a boatload of new Legion gaming PCs to check out today, but it hasn't forgotten the rest of your PC setup. The company also announced the new Legion Y25-25L, a 25-inch gaming monitor that includes plenty of extras that should make you games look crisp and fluid.
The panel comes in at 24.5 inches with a 1080p FHD resolution, so you'll want to look elsewhere if you want a QHD or 4K display. However, it backs that up with support for both AMD FreeSync and NVIDIA G-Sync. So, no matter whether you're playing with Team Red or Team Green, you'll be able to make sure that frames are flowing to the display just right to prevent screen tearing.
NVIDIA G-Sync (pending certification)
|Ergonomics||Tilt, lift, pivot, swivel|
|Expected release||June 2020|
Aside from its FreeSync and G-Sync chops, the Y25-25L brings an IPS panel that hits 240Hz, which should leave you plenty of breathing room if you have a pretty powerful desktop or laptop hooked up to it. It also supports HDR, and it can hit a peak brightness of a respectable 400 nits.
If you're on the lookout for a new monitor and the Legion Y25-25L strikes your fancy, look for it to start hitting stores in June for $320.