i can’t speak for all the gamers other there, but i for one, would prefer a gaming machine that looks as good as it performs. so, how good looking is considered as good? seriously, i am not sure how to put it, but if i were to pick one rig as an example, it would be the Lenovo Erazer X700 Gaming PC. enclosed in a la-Alienware chassis with accents of cool blue lighting, the Lenovo Erazer X700 Gaming PC features high-end options such as liquid cooling and third generation Intel Core i7 processor. if you ever need a boost, there’s the OneKey overclocking that lets you give the processing speed a jolt of power with just one click of a button. you can’t get anymore convenient than this, can you? beyond its gaming rig charm, the chassis also features a couple of functional features including an easy tool-free expandability that allows for easy installation of additional components or upgrades, and two hot-swap bays for plugging additional storage without having to power off the PC. additionally, the Erazer X700 leverages on AMD Eyefinity technology, thereby allowing you to connect up to six monitors for a panoramic screen display – a feature that is definitely a boon for gaming enthusiasts. other features include up to NVIDIA GTX660 with 1.5GB RAM, up to 16GB DDR3 RAM, up to 4TB HDD or 256 SSD storage, Ethernet port, 7.1 channel surround sound support, 29-in-1 card reader, microphone input jack, line-out jack, seven USB 2.0 ports (six rear and one front), three USB 3.0 ports (two rear and one front) and option for integrated WiFi. coming to you this June with a starting sticker of $1,499. catch a hands-on video footage captured during last month’s CES to learn more.

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