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Lenovo introduces the ‘Custom To Order’ feature for desktops in India

Legion 5i Tower is the first desktop that can be customized for consumers.

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Lenovo has announced the expansion of its unique ‘custom to order’ (CTO) functionality to PCs in India. The Legion 5i Tower desktop now has a customization option previously reserved for IdeaPad, Legion, and Yoga laptops.

Hiral Somaiya, Head – Category Management, Consumer Business, Lenovo India, said “At Lenovo, we are extremely focused on our customers’ requirements, and we recognize that each person uses the PC for a different purpose. With our ‘custom to order’ purchase option, gamers and creators will have the liberty to build their desktops according to their gameplay, preferences and budget.

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Legion 5i Tower is the first desktop that can be customized for consumers.

The Legion 5i Tower is the country’s first desktop that allows buyers to upgrade their base model setup to a high-performance battle station with a more immersive experience.

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As per the company, customers can get end-to-end customisation with the CTO option, which includes upgrading the CPU, graphics card, RAM, hard disc drive, screen type, keyboard, and operating system (OS) type at the time of purchase. Customers will receive their personalised device within 4-6 weeks of purchase. All Legion laptops, including the Legion 5, Legion 5 Pro, Legion 7, and Legion Slim 7, can be similarly configured during the purchase process.

It has a 12th Generation Intel Core i5-12400F processor and Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Super 4 GB GDDR6 graphics card. There is 8 GB of UDIMM DDR5 4800 MHz RAM and a 256 GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4 TLC.

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Lenovo has provided amazing promotions to entice users to try its CTO desktops. Customers can save Rs 15000 by upgrading to the Nvidia RTX 3070 8GB from the Nvidia RTX 3060 Ti. They can also get a three-year extended warranty for Rs 99 until December 15.

The Legion 5i tower desktop’s base model costs Rs 81,225. The desktop is equipped with an Intel Core i5-124005 processor. Moreover, the PC also includes RTX 1650 Super GPU, 8GB DDR5 RAM, a 256GB SSD and B660 motherboard. The desktop PC might cost as much as Rs 1,85,155. For an extra Rs 9000, Lenovo would update consumers’ operating systems from Windows 11 Home Single Language 64 to Windows 11 Pro 64.

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