HomeWinBuzzer NewsLenovo Reveals Two VR Ready Windows 10 Desktops at Gamescom

Lenovo Reveals Two VR Ready Windows 10 Desktops at Gamescom

Both devices feature up to 32GB of RAM, a GTX 1080, a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and support both 4K and VR. The parts inside are customizable, and will begin shipping as early as October.


A lot of companies have been trying to get their fingers in the virtual reality pie of late, and is no different. The hardware manufacturer has its own goggles, and today at  it unveiled the IdeaCenter Y710 Cube and the Idea Center AIO Y910.

The main idea behind the Y710 is VR and 4K ready power on a portable level. The PC comes with a built-in carry handle for easy transport and weighs only 16 pounds. The AIO, on the other hand, focuses on being a great living room VR and media center.

IdeaCenter Cube Y710 Specifications

The specs for the Cube are pretty impressive, though we'll leave it up to you to decide if they're worth the price point. Here are the features reveals in the blog post:

  • “Powered by
  • Integrated Xbox One Wireless receiver supports up to eight Xbox One controllers simultaneously
  • Up to 's latest GeForce GTX 1080 graphics
  • Up to 6thGen Intel Core i7 processor
  • KillerDoubleShot Pro  reduces in-game lag
  • Up to 32GB of DDR4 RAM
  • Up to 2TB HDD (hard disk drive) or up to 256GB SSD (solid state drive) storage
  • Available with option to bundle with Lenovo YSeries Gaming Mechanical Keyboard and Precision Mouse.”

The PC will launch in October, starting at $1299.99 for the GTX 1070 version, but likely going much higher if you want the most powerful hardware.

IdeaCenter AIO Y910 Specifications

The AIO Y910 doesn't have a focus on portability in the same way the Cube does, but features a beautiful display and the option for Radeon's new 460 graphics card. Of course, the monitor also bumps up the price of this device, and it costs $1,799.99 with a 1070.

As with the Y710, Lenovo isn't skimping when it comes to the specs of its all-in-one. It has a built in, borderless QHD display while also offering the performance of a high-end desktop:

  • “Powered by Windows 10
  • Easily detachable back panel allows for one-step access to the AIO's core components
  • Ultra-thin display featuring 144Hz refresh rate and 5ms response time
  • Impeccable sound with Twin 5W HarmanKardon stereo speakers
  • KillerDoubleShot Pro Wi-Fi reduces in-game lag
  • Up to NVIDIA's latest GeForce GTX 1080 or AMDRadeon RX 460 graphics
  • Up to 6thGen Intel Core i7 processor
  • Up to 32GB DDR4 RAM
  • Up to 2TB HDD or up to 256GB SSD.”

The devices aren't yet available on the Lenovo website, but Microsoft says to watch that space for further details on the pricing of both.

Ryan Maskell
Ryan Maskellhttps://ryanmaskell.co.uk
Ryan has had a passion for gaming and technology since early childhood. Fusing the skills from his Creative Writing and Publishing degree with profound technical knowledge, he enjoys covering news about Microsoft. As an avid writer, he is also working on his debut novel.

Recent News