Lenovo has introduced two new computers based on Windows 10 directed to the gaming world, both VR-Ready and 4K-Ready. IdeaCentre Y710 Cube is a traditional desktop computer, with houses with aggressive design but compact more or less cubic shape. The total weight is about 7.2 kg, and includes a handle at the top for easy transport.
Inside we find Intel’s sixth-generation Core processors, up to i7, up to 32 GB DDR4 RAM, SSD up to 256 GB and up to 2 TB HDD mechanical; with regard to graphics, you can get up to an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080. Among the options of note we have a receiver for wireless gamepad for Xbox One, able to connect up to a maximum of 8 controllers. also a Wi-Fi Killer DoubleShot Pro module.
Regarding the input devices, besides the already mentioned receiver for Xbox One gamepad, a bundle with mechanical keyboard and mouse Lenovo YSeries high precision will be available.
We then have a very small All-in-One IdeaCentre AIO Y910, which basically offers the same technical specifications but Cube enclosed behind a 27-inch display with qHD resolution (2560 x 1440 pixels), with frames, refresh rate of 144 Hz and response time of 5 milliseconds. The built in stereo speakers are made by Harman Kardon, and have a maximum output of 5 W. The total weight of the machine is about 12.2 kg.
The only information we have at the moment of prices and availability affect the US market. IdeaCentre Y710 Cube will start at $ 1.299.99, with 1070 GTX GPU; IdeaCentre AIO Y910 starts at $ 1.799.99, with the same GPU. They will both be purchased from October 2017.