Razer and Lenovo has this week announced that they will be teaming up in a new partnership to co-brand a range of Razer Edition Lenovo PCs, beginning with their new Y series of desktop towers that they debuted at IFA earlier this year.

Today the two companies shown off the first prototype for this partnership at Dreamhack Winter today, featuring the same chassis as the Y series, with colour changing accent lights that change from red to green.

There’s also multi-chromatic lighting underneath the case.

With the partnership deal Razer will also be including their own software in future gaming PCs, which are set to include versions of Razer Comms, Synapse and Cortex, which allow users to manage and optimize settings for games, as well as bring extra features to make the gaming experience better.

Razer’s touches will all be added to Lenovo’s expertise in building PCs, which should mean users will get convenient and easy to access computers but with a sleek and modern design, all this with great performance and reliability.

The two have also mentioned that they aim to work with these expertise in this partnership to develop new product categories as their collaboration continues during 2016.

The first products to be announced within this will be at CES 2016 in Las Vegas next month.

You can find out more about the partnership and register your interest in them at the source link below.

Source: Razer

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