From sleek living-room boxes to jaw-dropping showpieces, many gaming PCs make their purpose clear right away. In the Lenovo Y710 Cube’s case, that purpose is portability. This compact beast (starting at $999; $1,699 as configured) is wonderfully road-ready, with a handy carrying handle and a cube-shaped design that hides 4K and VR-ready power. It’s even easy to upgrade.
Plenty of the Y710’s competitors are sleeker, more powerful or both. But this is one of the best options out there for folks who still have LAN parties or want to be able to bring their virtual reality setups just about anywhere.
The Lenovo Y710 Cube looks like the result of someone stuffing a full gaming PC into an awesome-looking lunch box. This machine condenses the aggressive look of Lenovo’s Y-series towers into a travel-ready powerhouse, featuring scaly-looking angles, red LED lights and a striking front panel that looks like a futuristic Spartan helmet.
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