The Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO Y910 is a powerful all-in-one built for gaming

IdeaCentre Y910
IdeaCentre Y910

The Lenovo IdeaCentre is the less portable of the two new computers announced by the company. Joining the portable Y710, this all-in-one unit offers a QHD experience with an GTX 1080 to pump out millions of pixels, should you spec the PC that way. Even at the base entry configuration, you're going to be playing most games on high quality settings with little issue.

Here are the specifications for the AIO Y910:

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Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
ProcessorUp to 6th Generation Intel Core i7
MemoryUp to 32GB DDR4
Internal StorageUp to 2TB HDD with 256GB SSD
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
Webcam720p Single Array Microphone
Display17.3-inch 1080p/QHD IPS display
WLANKiller LAN (10/100/1000M)
Ports1x HDMI, 1x VGA
1x USB 2.0, 3x USB 3.0
Weight27lbs (12.24 kg)

Much like the more portable Y710, the Y910 can be configured to become a relatively powerful beast of a machine. The company has even made it extremely easy to access storage, RAM and the GPU for convenient swap outs. The Lenovo IdeaCentre AIO Y910 will hit the U.S. in October and will start at $1,799.99 with a GTX 1070.

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  • Is the display really edge to edge like in the pic? There's no bezel there at all :)
  • I like the idea of a powerful AIO pc. Might have to take a closer look at this one.
  • Wow...
  • A 17' monitor??? Why on earth would I pay $1700 for something squeezed into a 17' monitor.....why anybody would is beyond me. Make it atleast 21', or 24'. What kind of idiot decision is this? And only 1080p? I know that's ok for the 17' monitor, but the 1070 should be able to drive a bigger resolution for quite a while....
  • I think the 17 is a typo unless it transforms into a laptop lol. Updated: Here's a rundown of specs from Lenovo:
    Processor: Up to a 6th-generation Intel Core i7 Processor Graphics: Up to NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8 GB Memory: Up to 32 GB DDR4 Storage: Up to 2 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD Display: 27-inch QHD (2560x1440) near-edgeless Audio: Integrated 7.1 Channel Dolby Audio, 5W Harmon Kardon speakers Webcam: 720p, Single Array Microphone Networking: Killer DoubleShot WiFi / LAN Rear Ports: 2x USB 2.0 LAN HDMI-in / HDMI-out Side Ports: 3x USB 3.0 6-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC, MS, MS-Pro) Headphone, Microphone Cooling: 65 W Dimensions (W x L x H): 237.6 x 615.8 x 490.25 mm (9.35 x 24.24 x 19.3 inches) Weight: Starting at 27 lbs (12.24 kg)
  • No mention of G-sync? At that price I would also expect the monitor be capable of supporting that feature.
  • Nevermind, I had to go look it up on a *REAL* gaming website. Your specs are wrong, its a QHD 27' monitor.....
  • its a 27 inch QHD IPS panel.. theres a mistake
  • Why can't we get 27" WQHD touchscreen monitors?  Just the monitors...