Lenovo, in partnership with Villman Computers, recently opened its first Internet cafe and gaming hub in the Philippines located at the heart of SM Megamall Cyberzone. 54 Lenovo IdeaCentre K320s are capable to give gamers an intense, high-definition, high-specification gaming experience.
Michael Ngan, Country Manager, Home and Small-Medium Business, Lenovo Philippines said: “œBased on the Synovate Philippines Young Asians 2010 survey, 60 percent of young Filipinos ranked online gaming as top of their internet priorities. With the opening of the Lenovo Gaming Zone, we are reaching out to this market and expanding our presence with the Philippines PC gaming market through our Idea range of PCs that features technology for enhanced performance, style and gaming capabilities.”
The IdeaCentre K320 All-in-One PC boasts of an Intel Core i7 processor, Nvidia GeForce GT 320 1GB video card and 640GB 5400 rpm SATA HDD. It is not yet commercially available locally so the only way you can experience this AIO gaming machine is through the Lenovo Gaming Zone.
If you’re wondering where this zone is at the Cyberzone in SM Megamall, it’s the same spot where Villman has its PCs. This time however, they are replaced by the more powerful and space-saving IdeaCentre K320s.
“œWe chose to partner with Lenovo because of its innovative products particularly in the area of entertainment and gaming,” said Manuel Villaroman, President, Villman Computers. “œLenovo’s powerful gaming PCs allow us attract more gaming enthusiasts in such an important, high-traffic location such as the SM Megamall Cyberzone.”
Rentals costs Php40 per hour and opens daily from 10AM to 10PM.