Lenovo Erazer X700 PC Gaming Computer System Review


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Lenovo Erazer X700 PC Gaming Computer System Review

By David Ramsey

Manufacturer: Lenovo
Product Name: Erazer Gaming System
Model Number: X700-57316914
UPC: 887942099572
Price As Tested: $1,699.99 Best Buy

Full Disclosure: Lenovo provided the product sample used in this article, but I had to send it back.

It’s been years since I’ve bought a pre-built desktop computer, so I was interested in the opportunity to check out the Erazer X700 Gaming System that Lenovo offered to us to review. The Erazer occupies a space between the sub-$500 generic boxes most people are satisfied with and the expensive boutique systems at the other end of the scale.

If you’re a regular reader of this web site, you probably build your own systems, and even those of your family and friends as well. But sometimes you just want something that works; or perhaps you’re tired of the lifetime free hardware tech support you’re expected to provide those family and friends.

So you look at pre-built systems, but you’d prefer to avoid the bloatware-loaded boxes that are so common these days, and yet aren’t in the market for a high-end boutique machine. If only there was something in the middle…


Well, the Erazer X700 Gaming System is something you might be interested in. It’s an interesting mid-level gaming rig built with standard components and room to expand in the future.


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1 comment

  1. Kzinti1

    Reminds me of my 1st computer. A Dell of some sort. Came with the original version of Windows XP Home Edition. I kept that lemon just long enough to learn how to build a real computer, then I gave it away.
    As in free. Non-gratis. And never, ever, mention to anyone I gave it to you, or ever owned it kind of a deal.
    At 1500 bucks less, this Lenovo would make a good stocking stuffer for a 3 year old you didn’t especially like. Like that red headed, left handed 3rd cousin everybody worries about.
    But, I’m being kind.
    Take the $1699 this thing costs, go to your favorite e-tailer and piece together whatever your money can buy, then build it. Many, many sites have builders guides to show you how. It’s way simple, educational and rewarding.
    You’ll be ecstatic that you did.

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