As announced at this year’s DreamHack held in Sweden this Friday, Razer and Lenovo are joining forces to create new gaming-oriented PCs.
This partnership will most likely serve as a boost in the PC and Laptop making company known as Lenovo, who more than likely hopes to warm up to gamers who are already invested heart and soul into Razer. The gaming-oriented Razer, on the other hand, hopes to further extend its already well-known brand to Lenovo lovers as well.
The new PC which will be built by this duo was hinted at DreamHack. It has the usually recognizable Razer look by having some green lit logo-shaped thing posted on the front of the PC tower while underneath there can be seen hints of the heavily advertised Razer Chroma technology. This tech doesn’t have any applicability when it comes to how the PC will work when running games on high or ultra graphics options, it simply looks incredible and if it will react in accordance to how the game progresses, providing a sort of mood lighting as you play, it makes for a pretty nifty piece of technology.
The tower itself looks similar to that of the Lenovo Y900, thus making the possibility of having more or less the same specifications as the aforementioned rig highly likely. The internal hardware has not been yet specified, but it is pretty safe to consider that it will have the best graphics cards and RAM memories available on the market, due to the fact that Razer never holds punches when it comes to its high-end products. The dual graphics card support which the Y900 benefits from could also be present in the new rig.
The hard disk space will likely be above 1TB, considering that most gaming PCs already have this type of hard disk. Its peripheral additions will be more or less the best that we can find today on the market, considering that Razer is still considered to be one of the best companies when it comes to gaming keyboards, headsets and mice.
Another reason for this joining of forces is that Razer wants to follow other computer-centric companies in the development of new gaming-related technologies. Even if this is just speculation at this point, judging from the direction in which the market currently goes, this most likely refers to Virtual or Augmented reality headsets or other similar peripherals.
It’s safe to say that after the news Razer and Lenovo are joining forces to create new gaming-oriented PCs, more or less every gamer out there is currently interested in the creations that this duo will release in the near future. Further hardware specifications and maybe even a release date will probably be announced at CES in January 2016.