Lenovo Y900 'Razer Version' gaming desktop to launch in June
Challenge Christine, Razer’s boldly designed modular gaming PC, nonetheless hasn’t surfaced as a business product — however that does not imply you possibly can’t get a Razer-branded gaming desktop. Lenovo simply introduced that its Ideacenter Y900 gaming rig can be getting its Razer makeover this summer time, equipping it with revised case lighting, a mouse and a keyboard that each one work on Razer’s Chroma system.
At it is coronary heart, the Ideacenter Y900 RE (Razer Version) is identical desktop that Lenovo sells proper now — a Home windows 10 machine with a sixth Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, as much as 32GB of DDR4 RAM and discrete NVIDIA graphics. The mannequin being proven off at CES this week is particularly outfitted twin GTX 970 graphics playing cards operating in SLI and 2TB HDD storage with a 256GB SSD.
The “Razer” a part of the deal is available in with the aformentioned lighting system: the Y900 RE’s LEDs have been configured to work with the Razer’s Chroma Full Spectrum lighting, giving it the identical spectrum biking, respiration, reactive, wave, ripple and static lighting results utilized by Razer Chroma gaming equipment. Have no of these? Don’t be concerned about it — the Y900 RE comes with a Razer Blackwidow Chroma mechanical keyboard and a Razer Mamba Chroma mouse.
Need extra synchronized lighting? Okay — there is another announcement. Lenovo’s 27-inch Y27g curved gaming monitor may even be out there in a Razer Version, outfitting it with the identical Chroma lighting as the remainder of the system. It is a fairly good show too, that includes a 144Hz refresh fee and NVIDIA G-sync compatibility.
The partnered hardware can be out there beginning in June, with Razer Version desktops promoting for $2,299 and up. The Curved monitor, additionally launching in June, will promote for $600.