Items tagged with Erazer X700

If we asked you to name five gaming PC manufacturers, Lenovo probably wouldn't make the list. No other company in the world ships more PCs than Lenovo, but of those machines, relatively few are dedicated gaming boxes. Traditionally, Lenovo has focused its efforts on business class desktops and laptops, though the company is known to play in performance waters on occasion, most notably with its IdeaCentre K Series of high-end towers. These aren't hardcore gaming boxes like the boutique builders offer, however, so there's room in Lenovo's lineup to add a dedicated line of systems built exclusively for gamers, and that's what we have with the IdeaCentre Erazer X700... Lenovo IdeaCentre Erazer X700... Read more...
If we asked you to name five gaming PC manufacturers, Lenovo probably wouldn't make the list. No other company in the world ships more PCs than Lenovo, but of those machines, relatively few are dedicated gaming boxes. Traditionally, Lenovo has focused its efforts on business class desktops and laptops, though the company is known to play in performance waters on occasion, most notably with its IdeaCentre K Series of high-end towers. These aren't hardcore gaming boxes like the boutique builders offer, however, so there's room in Lenovo's lineup to add a dedicated line of systems built exclusively for gamers, and that's what we have with the IdeaCentre Erazer X700. This is a big system at... Read more...
The desktop isn't dead by any stretch of the imagination, and if you don't believe, just ask Lenovo. Among Lenovo's upcoming desktop PCs (yes, that's plural) is the IdeaCentre Erazer X700, a high performance system for "extreme gamers" that begs to be overclocked. Like everything else Lenovo announced this weekend, the Erazer X700 pimps Microsoft's Windows 8 platform. More importantly, it packs some respectable hardware inside a diamond-cut chassis with blue LED lighting. Different configurations are available with support for up to an Intel Core i7 Extreme processor, dual-graphics cards (up to two NVIDIA GeForce GTX660 cards in SLI or up to two AMD Radeon HD 8950 cards in CrossFireX), up to... Read more...