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Lenovo and Razer partner to produce gaming PCs

Lenovo and Razer partner to produce gaming PCs

Lenovo and Razer
Lenovo and Razer

The world’s biggest and famous PC maker and one of the most famous device builder which develops the gaming software and hardware are joining together. Razer, a gaming company that investors value at more than $1 billion, has partnered with Chinese tech giant Lenovo (a $46 billion Global 500 company) to target PC gamers.
The first of their project would be Lenovo Y series desktop which will be an ultimate beast for games which will be powered by Razor. It will be optimized for PC gaming and will make its global production debut at the International CES in January.

Lenovo and Razer
Lenovo and Razer

 

Victor Rios, vice president and general manager Workstation BU, Gaming and Industry Solutions said ‘While we bring to the table our engineering expertise, design muscle, and scale, Razer adds in the finesse and experience of serving the gaming community for the last decade,” and Lenovo said, “We believe our partnership is a strong first step that will lead to the delivery of winning PC gaming solutions and a brand new experience to our customers.”
They both together will start a range of Razor overhauled Y Series Lenovo devices ,both the company thinking they can develop good technologies if come together and enhance the feature of the gaming PC and its market, given and they think people now have to spend a huge money for the PC that delivers a good Hardware,Software and a good Benchmark after this treaty the device which will be developed will have less price compared too now which was given for building that (rig)Pc or buying from a different customers.

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“This agreement opens opportunities to advance the gaming lifestyle through world-class product in unprecedented ways.”w as said by Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan.

Lenovo and Razer
Lenovo and Razer

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