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Lenovo teams with Razer, outs idecentre Y900 RE (Razer Edition) desktop PC

Lenovo has partnered with leading gaming brand Razer and released a special desktop PC called the ideacentre Y900 RE (Razer Edition) and Lenovo’s first curved gaming monitor – the Y27g.

The ideacentre Y900 RE packs a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 K-series processor, dual NVIDIA GTX 970 discrete graphics, and up to 32GB DDR4 RAM. It can support up to 256GB SSD and up to 2TB HDD storage. Running the software department is Microsoft’s Windows 10.

As for the Razer part, the case features a semi transparent side panel with Razer Chroma multi-color lighting effects. The ideacentre Y900 RE is also bundled with a Razer Chroma keyboard and mouse.

As for the Y27g gaming monitor, it sports a 27-inch FHD VA curved gaming panel with a 144Hz refresh rate and 8 ms response time. It also has an RE variant with Razer accents and effects.

The ideacentre Y900 RE desktop starts at $2,299 and will be available in June, 2016. The Y27g and Y27g RE, on the other hand are priced at $550 and $600, respectively, and will also be available in June.

source: Lenovo

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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2 Responses

  1. SpecimenB says:

    Razer makes good peripherals, but Lenovo is IBM and I’ve been in the industry too long to ever buy IBM.

    • Solidad says:

      If you are an old fart like me, then you should know that Lenovo is not IBM. Lenovo just bought the consumer PC division of IBM when the big blue decided to focus on their enterprise services when it lost the consumer race. Lenovo just happen to keep the good parts of why the thinkpad laptop series are good and just expanded on it. IBM got nothing to do with this.

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