From business to gaming machines, Lenovo has just outed their flagship rig during the CES 2013, with the new gaming PC –the Erazer X700. For those who trusted them on business computing through their ThinkPads, maybe you should be more interested on how they built and what the Erazer X700 could offer. The ultimate gaming rig from Lenovo will have a feature to get you flawless overdrive gaming in a snap.
Have you heard about Lenovo’s Onekey Overclocking feature? From a standard back-up and restore button, the Onekey gets a revamped to have the overclocking capabilities without entering the BIOS system. You will get handy access to your processor overclocking speed whenever you’ll need extra power and speed on your gaming.
If that’s not enough to convince you, the rig will also house your choice of Intel Core family paired with dual-graphics support from NVIDIA GeForce or AMD Radeon HD processing units. And as promised for flawless gaming experience, the Erazer X700 will have 32GB of RAM to ensure lag-free gaming and multi-tasking.
The rig will also packs AMD Eyefinity technology, with liquid cooling system and ability to stack up 4TB of storage while it’s hot and running.
The base config for Erazer X700 will costs you around $1,499 which will be available starting June. If you want to max out its config for a top-of-the-line rig, better start saving now.