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Lenovo Updates Their Gaming Portfolio With Several New Products

Lenovo Updates Their Gaming Portfolio With Several New Products

At CES 2016 this week Lenovo has updated their gaming lineup with a collection of new laptops, monitors, and accessories.

ideapad Y900

First and foremost, the ideapad Y900. This laptop designed for gamers on the go brings up to an Intel Core i7 Processor (overclockable, 6th generation), 17.3″ FHD IPS display, NVIDIA GTX-980M graphics, up to 64GB of memory, and up to 512GB in SSD storage or up to 1TB of HDD storage. There’s also dual-JBL speakers on the front, a backlit keyboard (customizable color configuration), and a colored trackpad.

The Y900 is rated to last about 5 hours on a single charge and should prove up to the task for games and video editors alike. The Y900 will be available starting June of 2016 starting at $1,999.

ideacentre Y900 RE

Lenovo has partnered with Razer this year and the first machine to come from that collaboration is the ideacentre Y900 RE. The “Razer Edition” Y900 offers 6th gen Intel Processors, dual NVIDIA GTX 970 graphics, and includes Razer’s Chroma keyboard and mouse bundled in the box.

The Y900 RE is available with up to 32GB of DDR4 memory and can be configured with a 2TB HHD + 256GB SSD for storage. The Y900 RE is coming in June and will sell for $2,299.

Y27G Curved Gaming Monitor

To go with your powerful desktop computer, Lenovo has announced the new Y27G gaming monitor. Featuring a 27″ curved FHD display, this monitor should provide any gamer with a very immersive gaming experience, no matter what they’re playing. This monitor will be available starting in June for $549.

There will also be a “Razer Edition” of this montior which will include the same specifcations for the most past, but with the added bonus of Razer’s Chroma RGB lighting. This will available be available in June starting at $599.

Y Gaming Accessories

Last but not least, Lenovo has updated their gaming accessories including their gaming mouse, stereo headset, and backpack. These will be available starting in May for $39, $49, and $89 respectively.

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Ben is a tech geek who co-founded YourTechExplained in 2016. Constantly switching between devices that literally surround him, he can be found reviewing the latest smartphones around the web.