In an effort to boost the appeal of its new gaming PC lineup, Lenovo has joined forces with Razer to make a slew of co-branded gaming systems and peripherals.
As announced by Razer, Lenovo's Y-series gaming devices will now be flavored with Razer's chromatic flair. Lenovo has yet to reveal specifics on the Y-series Razer Edition, but its website notes that the line will be made up of varying grades of hardware. This includes an Ultra HD Ideapad Y50 UHD gaming laptop and the "powerhouse" Ideapad Y700 gaming laptop that sports "discrete graphics and storage options" and "intense quad-core processing power" with an Intel Core i7 CPU.
The full Razer Edition Y Series will feature a wide spectrum of devices including gaming desktops, laptops, keyboards, headsets and mice. The hardware will feature customizable chroma lighting solutions, and will be unveiled at CES 2016 along with specs and pricing. Interested users can sign up here for more information.
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