Maingear announces ultra powerful gaming laptop

Maingear-Nomad-17-Custom

Just days after the announcement of the Maingear Alpha 24 AIO gaming PC, the US company known for creating powerful gaming machines has announced the Maingear Nomad 17 Custom – a new ultra powerful gaming laptop that will satisfy the gaming needs of even the most demanding gamers.

The new product is logically based on powerful hardware – it comes with an Intel Core i7-3840QM Ivy Bridge processor at 3.8 GHz. Gamers can also install up to 32 GB of DDR3 SDRAM and choose between GeForce GTX 675M and GeForce GTX 680M graphics cards. Storage is provided by SSD drives that can be installed in RAID 0 or RAID 1 too. In addition Maingear has also thought about great sound – the Nomad 17 Custom carries within the THX TruStudio Pro sound system.

Finally connectivity is provided by a 4-in-1 card reader, Bluetooth, 802.11n Wi-Fi, HDMI, DVI-I, two USB 2.0 ports, three USB 3.0 ports as well as IEEE-1394 FireWire, S/PDIF, one RJ-45 LAN port and one RJ-11 port.

The basic version of the Nomad 17 Custom starts at 1599 USD.


Source: HWP.ru

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