LAS VEGAS--Taking a page from the Alienware design book, Lenovo has a new high-end gaming desktop on the way this March. The Erazer X700 doesn't look like it will compete with the likes of Maingear, Origin, and other boutique PC vendors in terms of design, but it might offer mainstream PC gamers an affordable way to get their hands on some decent 3D horsepower.
The specs for the Erazer X700 will sound familiar to any PC performance enthusiast. Overclockable Core i5K and Core i7K CPUs, support for Nvidia graphics cards up to two GeForce GTX 680s. Lenovo has also … Read more