Lenovo Japan – Erazer X700 – Lenovo enters into the Japanese gaming desktop PC market with their first gaming PC
Lenovo Japan started selling their first gaming desktop PC “Erazer X700″ produced by German company Medion that Lenovo acquired in 2011. It is a recommended PC for the PC version of “Bio Hazard 6″ and “Sim City” that are going to be released on March 22.
“Erazer X700″ was designed to look like a knight’s armor in medieval times. Blue LED lights represent a connection to the future. It’s a desktop PC and accessories (keyboard, etc.) don’t come with it.
“Onekey Overclocking” button on the top of the body holds overclocking status when the power of the CPU is needed. The “Erazer Control Center” allows you to check settings such as BIOS through the dedicated user interface.
Also, built-in “NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660″ enables you to play new games compatible with DirectX 11 or NVIDIA PhysX comfortably and smoothly. The cooling system will help to keep-up CPU capacity even during a long play and keep the unit silent.
It goes on sale in Japan from March 15.
- CPU: Core i7-3820
- Chipset: Intel X79 Express
- Main memory: 8GB (4GB×2、PC3-12800), max 16GB
- Video card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 (video memory 1.5GB)
- HDD: 1TB (7,200rpm)
- OS: Windows 8 64bit
- Size: 210×475×455mm
- Weight: 18.5kg
- Price: Approx. 170,000 yen