Lenovo Legion C730 Cube



Lenovo’s legion C730 is the latest gaming PC in a new category they call “Gaming Cube”. The idea behind a gaming cube is that they take all the latest hardware, through in some advanced cooling technolog, add a few led lights and you have yourself a powerful PC in a small, awesome looking little cube.

As far as hardware, the C730 pulls out all the stops. You have your choice of an AMD Radeon RX 570, a Nvidia GeForce GyX 1060 or a Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070. No matter which graphics card you get, the C730 will be ready for all the virtual reality you can throw at it. You’ll have three powerful Intel processors to choose from, and you’ll get a 1TB hard drive with either a 128GB or 256GB SSD. Of course none of this is permanent. Lenovo has made the C730 one of the most easily customizable PCs available. 


With a list of convenient features such as a built in carry handle and an easy 1 button removable panel, you can keep upgrading well into the future.

Gaming on the C730 was surprisingly pleasant. Being as compact as it is, the fact that it is one of the best gaming experiences we’ve had blew us away. The mini gaming cube is equally as powerful, if not more, than any full-sized tower that we’ve ever used, and it’s also a lot quieter. 


The cooling technology that Lenovo put into the Mini Cube is fantastic, the temperature stays low, without the loud fan noise you get from some other PC towers. Overall the C730 provides an excellent gaming experience.

The design of the Mini Gaming Cube should not be understated. The compact size is a huge advantage. Like most people, we like our PC tower on top of the desk, not only for easy access but to show off our rig to anyone who steps into the room. With the C730, you can do this and not sacrifice have of your desk space you will with a full size tower. And of course, the sleek design and the RGB lighting make this PC one of the best looking on the market.

Now that you know all about the C730 Mini Gaming Cube from Lenovo, you probably have one question left. Is it worth the price? The short version is yes, yes it is. 


The long version is that the C730 is just as powerful as any full size PC, has some of the best cooling techniques we’ve seen, and comes in at a price point just over a thousand bucks depending on which configuration you choose. We strongly recommend the C730 to anyone in the market for a high tech gaming PC.




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