The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 is an all-in-one PC that supports multi-touch and doubles up as a table PC. It features a 27-inch display and runs Intel Core i7 (Third generation - Ivy Bridge). It is powered by Nvidia GeForce GT 620M 1GB/2GB graphics with DirectX 11. It also features stereo speakers with Dolby Home Theatre V4 and weighs around 8.6 kilograms. The Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 will be available in India from next week, at a price of Rs. 1,36,500 (taxes included).
The second gaming PC unveiled is the Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p which features a 15.6-inch full-HD LED Glare display. It runs Intel Core i7 processor (Fourth generation - Haswell) and is powered by dual NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2GB graphics with use of Ultrabay technology. It comes with 8GB RAM and includes 1TB of Hard disk drive. Other features include backlit accutype keyboard with touchpad, USB 3.0 Port, HDMI output, 720p HD Webcam and Dual Digital Array Microphones. The device also features JBL speakers with Dolby Home Theater v4. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p will be available in India from next week in Dusk Black colour, at a price of Rs. 69,990 (taxes included).
Last of the newly launched gaming PCs is the Lenovo IdeaPad Z510 which runs on Intel Core i7 processor (Fourth generation - Haswell). It features a 15.6-inch display and comes with up to 16GB DDR3L RAM. The device includes Intel Wireless Display (WiDi) Technology that enables streaming the content to a device with bigger display. The IdeaPad Z510 also comes with OneKey recovery, that makes data backup and recovery easy, notes the company. There are stereo speakers with Dolby Theatre certification for audio enhancement. The Lenovo IdeaPad Z510 has been priced at Rs. 50,990 (taxes included), and will be available from the middle of October.
Commenting on the launch Shailendra Katyal, Director- Consumer Business, Lenovo India said, "Lenovo is fostering its growth in the PC+ era through these multi-media devices that will add a new dimension to our existing portfolio of Consumer products and redefine the concept of gaming in India."