Lenovo doesn’t seem to understand the point. Stadium. If you buy a new Legion or IdeaPad Gaming brand laptop or desktop PC, you get 3 months of access to the $10 Pro tier of service. It’s good. But Stadia’s point is You don’t need local gaming hardware to play it. So, why tie promotional giveaways to gaming machines? Wouldn’t it make more sense to offer a free Stadia Pro on a low-end computer that can’t play high-end PC games?
Lenovo Promotion Announcement Today, But it won’t be affected until it sells laptops and desktops made after April 5th. This offer is currently valid in all countries supported by Stadia (US, Canada and most Western Europe). While all Lenovo Legion branded laptops or desktops should qualify, the IdeaPad laptops currently branded as “gaming” machines are IdeaPad Gaming 3 and 3i. The IdeaPad Slim 7 GTX comes with discrete graphics card options and is listed below. “IdeaPad Gaming” section of Lenovo StoreBut technically it doesn’t fit the parameters of the promotion.
If you like Lenovo models in the gaming console market, keep getting offers. Even if you don’t actually buy anything, you can get a couple of free games linked to your Stadia account for free each month. You won’t be able to play after the freebie is over unless you pay it again, but it’s linked to your account, so be crazy. Find an offer in the Lenovo Vantage program on your new gaming PC, or gaming.lenovo.com.
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