Razer still hasn’t revealed a release date for Project Christine (hopefully this year), so if you are looking for some Razer branding to tide you over, Lenovo’s new Y900 Razer Edition gaming desktop might interest you.

The rig will feature a Razer design, with revised case lighting, a mouse and a keyboard that are all designed to work with Razer’s Chroma system.

At its basis, the new rig will run on Windows 10 and will feature up to a 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 32GB of DDR4 RAM and discrete NVIDIA graphics, after that you have a range of options for the rest.

Razer then tops this off with their Chroma Full Spectrum lighting, which provides the same spectrum cycling, breathing, reactive, wave, ripple and static lighting effects used by Razer Chroma gaming accessories, making it a perfect fit alongside other Razer products, of which the Y900 RE will include a Razer Blackwidow Chroma mechanical keyboard and a Razer Mamba Chroma mouse.

And that’s not all, Lenovo will also be including their 27-inch Y27g curved gaming monitor in the Razer Edition, which is fitted with the same Chroma lighting as the rest of the system, a 144Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-sync compatibility.

The Lenovo Y900 RE will be available from June, priced from $2,299 and up. The Y27g curved monitor will also be available in June for $600.

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