Razer and Lenovo have announced that they're working together to produce Razer-customized versions of Lenovo's gaming-oriented desktops. The companies have already produced a prototype that was unveiled over the weekend at Dreamhack Winter 2015.
Lenovo's Y-Series desktops are the first machines that will get the Razer treatment. These special-edition PCs will get Razer's Chroma lighting and neon-green accents. Beyond the Y Series, Razer and Lenovo expect to produce more mash-ups "in the near future."
Victor Rios, VP of Lenovo's gaming and industry solutions segment, says that his company brings "engineering expertise, design muscle and scale" to the table, while Razer "adds in the finesse and experience of serving the gaming community for the last decade." Razer is equally excited to join forces. CEO Min-Liang Tan says the combined effort should "delight and empower the PC gaming community worldwide."
The companies say that the systems will be on display at CES in January. Shoppers interested in these blinged-out systems can register for updates on Razer's site.
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