NEW YORK, Nov 28 — The world's biggest PC maker and one of the most respected device builders among the gaming community are officially joining forces.
The first joint project will be a Razer edition of the Lenovo Y Series desktop. It will be optimised for PC gaming and will make its global production debut at the International CES in January.
‘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," said Victor Rios, vice president and general manager, Workstation BU, Gaming and Industry Solutions, Lenovo. "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."
And although the partnership will start with a range of Razer-overhauled Y Series Lenovo devices, the two firms are also hoping that together they can develop technologies, enhancements and features that will serve the PC gaming market, one of the few areas of computing where people are really prepared to spend heavily in order to get a computer that delivers.
Razer Co-Founder and CEO Min-Liang Tan said, "This agreement opens opportunities to advance the gaming lifestyle through world-class product in unprecedented ways." — AFP-Relaxnews