Lenovo Erazer X700
The Erazer X700 is Lenovo’s first full-fledged gaming PC. The Erazer X700 base model features an Intel Core i7-3820, a Geforce GTX 660, 12GB of RAM with a 1TB HDD and a 128GB Samsung SSD. The highest-end configuration sports an Intel Core i7-3970X, dual Radeon HD 8950 graphics, 32GB of RAM, 128GB SSD and a 2TB HDD.
Built-in liquid cooling.
Hot swappable drive bays.
Lots of room for expandability.
Better than average bundled keyboard and mouse.
Combination of solid state drive and hard drive offers zippy performance and lots of space.
Good mid-range gaming performance.
Menacing case design.
Design is a bit garish.
Needs another stick of RAM to run in quad-channel mode.
Third generation processor.
Middle-of-the-road GPU offer good, but not great, performance.
Lacks Blu-ray drive.
A lot of bloatware.
OEM video card and no SLI bridge limits video upgrade path.
No user-accesible BIOS.
By TechSpot on December 03, 2013
Meanwhile, the top-end $3,000 Erazer is an odd creature with dual Radeon HD 8950s, 128GB SSD and presumably identical build quality. At this price, you can pick up a better-specced (and frankly better-built) Maingear.80
By Tom's Hardware UK on November 27, 2013
The overall value rating on the previous page is really only important if you're looking for a multifunction performance-oriented PC. Lenovo is marketing its Erazer X700 as a more gamer-oriented box, though. When we get that specific, its high-end...-
By TomsHardware on November 23, 2013
If we were to give Lenovo one piece of advice to wrap things up, it'd be to put a bigger emphasis on graphics performance, and perhaps dial back the CPU to save some money.-
By PC Mag on November 05, 2013
The Lenovo Erazer X700 is a fairly good entry-level gaming desktop in its own right, but unlike competing systems, it also boasts liquid cooling, simple overclocking, and plenty of opportunities to dip a toe into the murky waters of upgrading and...80
By HotHardware on October 30, 2013
We tempered our expectations when we saw Lenovo sent us its lowest end IdeaCentre Erazer X700 configuration with a single GeForce GTX 660 graphics card, and overall, nothing really surprised us during our benchmarking run. For the most part, the Eraze...70
By Computer Shopper on October 22, 2013
With the Lenovo Erazer X700 gaming desktop, you get solid productivity performance and very playable 1080p frame rates in an edgy, liquid-cooled chassis. It doesn't use the latest CPU architecture, though, and the interior is a bit of a mess....70
By BenchmarkReviews on October 07, 2013
The Lenovo Erazer X700 Gaming System offers an attractive blend of performance, style, and expandability…if only it were a couple of hundred dollars less.88
By TechRadar on January 11, 2013
At CES this year, Lenovo played to its strengths, showcasing productivity-focused portables. There was the flexible Yoga 11S , and the transforming Thinkpad Helix ultrabook. However, the Chinese electronics mogul did set foot outside of its comfort...-
By thg.ru on December 06, 2013
Продукция Lenovo хорошо знакома...-