Not content with putting together the monstrous Big O gaming desktop, Origin are now preparing to launch a new high-powered gaming notebook. Customisable down to the last detail, the EON 17 has a price tag as hefty as its spec sheet.
Starting at a whopping $2,499 for the most basic set up, the Origin EON 17 top-spec build will set you back a staggering $13,086.
For that, you bag yourself a 17.3 inch HD display, six core i7 980x processor and dual NVidia GTX 480M graphics chips.
Storage comes courtesy of either a 2TB HDD drive or three 512GB Kingston V+ series solid state drives. 24GB of DDR3 memory is included, along with a 6x BD-R Blu-ray burner. A 3Mp webcam, fingerprint reader, HD TV tuner and multiple card readers round off the package.
Click here to create your own custom EON 17, and scroll down for some more shots of the notebook.
By Gerald Lynch | September 27th, 2010