Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube has just been rolled out and it’s looking smashing. Windows announced the Windows 10 desktop PC on August 16. The PC is specially built for gaming and virtual reality.
Mollie Ruiz-Hopper, Editor-in-Chief at Windows Blog says that the latest addition to their gaming “family” will “give you top-of-the-line performance virtually anywhere”.
Have you ever experienced problems when trying to move your PC from one place to another? No longer an issue. The Y710 Cube has a built-in carry handle, which means that gamers can transport it to any gaming party location they want. The PC weighs only 16 pounds.
Users can take advantage of its 4K gaming capabilities, high-quality streaming, and virtual reality features. Additionally, with the Xbox app and Windows 10 OS, gamers can stream their Xbox games from Xbox One to their PC.
Other important specs include:
- Up to 32GB of RAM
- Up to 2TB HDD
- Up to 6th-gen Intel Core i7 processor
- Up to GeForce GTX 1080 graphics
The IdeaCentre Y710 is equipped with a built-in Xbox Wireless. This means that it can support all wireless accessories (the Xbox Wireless Controller, for example) of Xbox One without needing adapters or wires. It is the first device to be provided with this technology. The Xbox One Wireless receiver can support up to 8 Xbox One controllers at the same time.
The PC also comes with the option of bundling with the YSeries Gaming Mechanical Keyboard Y Gaming Precision Mouse.
Lenovo brags about the “unprecedented processing power” given by the Intel Core i7 processor that has up to 8MB of cache memory and a quad-core frequency of up to 3.4GHz. The PC’s SATA SSD storage system can read data up to four and a half faster than with a standard HDD storage.
Xbox Wireless is developed especially for gaming, and it has significant advantages over other connections. Gamers will experience low-latency, high-quality gameplay, wireless support for stereo sound, and more. In the new Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube, Xbox is integrating the Wireless Adapter inside the frame for the first time.
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