1Lenovo Y710, Y910 PC’s Features Could Stir Up Placid Desktop Market
2Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube Has Sleek, Angular Lines
The Y710 Cube’s components are packed inside an angular box with trim lines. Best of all, the device, which weighs 16 pounds, is designed to be easy to carry—an important factor for gamers who want to go anywhere to take on all challengers. Users can plug in a keyboard, mouse and monitor wherever they might be and let the games begin.
3IdeaCentre Y910 Delivers a Different Experience
4IdeaCentre Y710 Offers Options for Solid-State or Hard Drives
The Y710 comes with the customer’s option of either a hard-disk drive or solid-state drive. Those who choose the hard drive can get up to 2TB of storage while customers who pick the solid-state option will get up to 256GB of storage. Of course, solid-state drives are faster and less prone to mechanical errors, but if it’s big storage capacity you’re looking for, the hard drive option is quite nice.
5IdeaCentre Y910: The HD Display Could Attract Buyers
The 27-inch display in the Y910 could be one of its chief selling points. The screen has quad-HD resolution of 2,560×1,440 and an exceedingly thin bezel. In addition, users accustomed to watching fast-action content, such as sports or video games, will be happy to hear that it has a 144Hz refresh rate and 5ms response time.
6IdeaCentre Y710 Includes Optimized WiFi
Since the IdeaCentre Y710 is designed to be a portable computer, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it offers wireless connectivity. However, Lenovo has amped things up a bit by offering Killer DoubleShot Pro WiFi, which optimizes wireless connections and supposedly dramatically reduces lag time. Specifically, the feature analyzes internet usage and prioritizes certain traffic to deliver the best results for important applications.
7IdeaCentre Y910: A Look Under the Hood
When it comes to power, the Y910 and Y710 are surprisingly similar. The Y910 supports up to a sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB of RAM and the customer’s choice of a 2TB hard drive or 256GB solid-state drive. Buyers also can choose either the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 or AMD Radeon RX 460 graphics processor cards.
8IdeaCentre Y710 Processor Options Are Stellar
To get the very best performance from the Cube, Lenovo will allow customers to choose up to a sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processor, although the company didn’t provide its clock speed in a statement accompanying the device’s announcements. Customers also can bundle up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM and choose Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 for graphics.
9Y910 Includes Upgradeable Components
Here’s something customers don’t hear often about all-in-one PCs: The Lenovo Y910 is fully upgradable. In fact, the device has a detachable back panel that allows users to access its core components. From there, users can upgrade its graphics chip, RAM and other components. It’s a feature that shouldn’t be overlooked.
10Y710 Pricing and Availability
According to Lenovo, the IdeaCentre Y710 basic model will start shipping in August for around $1,000. However, the higher-end versions are slated to launch in October for a starting price of $1,300. An optional mechanical keyboard and optical mouse are available, which will increase that price. Adding some of the higher-end internal components also will boost its price tag.
11Y910 Pricing and Availability
Depending on the feature options buyers select, the Y910 is scheduled to ship in September or October at prices ranging from about $2,000 to $2,500 to start. A nicely equipped virtual reality-ready Y910 with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 will start at a more-affordable $1,800 when it ships in October.