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Lenovo unveils next generation gaming desktop and laptop at IFA Berlin

by CBR Staff Writer| 03 September 2014

17-inch touch screen gamer called the Y70.

Lenovo has unveiled a gaming laptop called the Y70 Touch and gaming desktop PC called the Erazer X315 at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

The Y70 is one of the largest gaming laptops that the company offers with its 17-inch touch screen.

It is powered by a 4th generation Intel Core i7 processor, and it features NVIDIA GTX graphics which would provide a better gaming experience than its predecessors and enables smoother video editing.

The laptop provides 16GB DDR3L and 1TB of SSHD storage and will be available at a starting price of $1299.

Lenovo has added JBL-designed stereo speakers to the Y70 to enhance the gaming experience.

The ERAZER X315 desktop gaming PC features 7.1 channel sound support, and it's powered by a quad-core processor. Users will have an option to choose between 3.7GHz quad-core AMD A10-7850k processors and 3.1GHz quad-core AMD A8-7600.

It offers 12GB of memory, but users will be able to upgrade the hard drive for up to 2TB, which would provide a smoother gaming experience.

It will retail with a starting price of $599 and will be exclusively marketed in North America.

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