Lenovo has a lot of surprising devices for gamers this year. Lenovo has announced a gaming desktop, the Ideacenter Y900 that is scheduled to go on sale in June.
On the Inside, the Ideacenter Y900 packs that same hardware that the Lenovo is selling currently – a Windows 10 powered desktop with a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and discrete NVIDIA graphics. The model being showcased at the CES is specifically outfitted dual GTX 970 graphics cards running in SLI and 2TB HDD storage with a 256GB SSD.
Apart aforementioned, it will get a Razer makeover this summer, which will be equipped with revised case lighting, a Mamba Chroma mouse and a Blackwidow Chroma mechanical keyboard that all work on Razer’s Chroma system. The Y900 RE will be configured with Razer’s Chroma full spectrum lighting system that offers that same spectrum lighting effects used by Razer Chroma gaming accessories.
Lenovo will also be offering an optional 27-inch Y27g curved Razer edition gaming display packing the same Chroma lighting system. The Razer Edition will hit the market with a starting price tag of $2,299. The curved display, also launching in June, will sell for $600.