Lenovo has announced the launch of his new team Y710 Gaming Cube, small in size but big power to move all the latest market securities at the highest level of detail.
Normally we never recommend an OEM team to play, but manufacturers like Lenovo are beginning to put the batteries in this regard and solutions already offer fairly decent, at least in terms of technical features and quality components. And is that so far, most manufacturers used high-end hardware but with boxes of low quality and sources of generic food, not to mention sinks processor, but since European standards of efficiency came into force the thing has changed and pretty.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube integrates a processor Intel Core i7-6700 (without K) with more than enough for any kind of performance necessary. It is complemented by 16 GB of RAM DDR4 memory at 2133 MHz and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB in its base configuration, in addition to a device solid state SATA3 256GB and a mechanical drive of 1 TB, both expandable in configurations the letter. It has 4 USB 2.0 ports, four USB 3.0 and LAN Killer E2400 + WiFi connectivity for the best games.
As for the power supply, it is self-made and has 500 watts of power. Of course complying with European standards of efficiency, it has 80 Plus Bronze certification that’s something. Of course, in terms of cooling, Lenovo has not said anything so I assume that will sink Intel stock, so we have to be careful enough with that.
As you can see, the box is small (measuring just 252.3 x 393.3 x 314.5 mm), and has a handle on top to take him back and forth comfortably (but yes, weighs 9.1 Kg). It is not yet know when it will be available or what versions, but the top range configuration is priced at about $ 2,037.