ORIGIN PC adds another gaming laptop to products list

The US company ORIGIN PC has added a new powerful gaming laptop to its products list just weeks after the launch of their ORIGIN PC EON17-X desktop replacement laptop designed for hardcore gaming.

The novelty comes to us under the EON17-X3D brand name and just like its older “brother” comes with two overclocked graphics cards but the big difference is that the display features 3D technologies this time – and the 3D effects can be seen with the supplied NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 wireless 3D glasses.

The rest of the hardware is the same that can be found in the “older” EON17-X gaming laptop but we will mention it again – the EON17-X3D is powered by the latest Intel 3rd generation six-core processors and features 32 GB of RAM, up to three hard drives, a Blu-Ray drive, 17.3-inch display, two overclocked NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M graphics cards in SLI, a solid state drive and Windows 7 Ultimate x64 edition.

ORIGIN PC EON17-X3D

So far so good – the specs will make any gamer dream the laptop but the only drawback is surely price – the new EON17-X3D starts at 3030 USD and can go up to 8000 USD depending on the chosen configuration.


Source: Geek.com

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