Tag: gaming laptop
Samsung entertains with the R720 17.3-inch notebook
I feel like computer manufacturers have really started to get it right recently and the announcement of the 17.3-inch Samsung R720 is just that kind proof within the laptop pudding.
It’s designed as a gaming/entertainment PC with a 16:9 SuperBright Gloss LED screen. Were it smaller, I’d suggest that matte might have been the way to go but, if it’s going to be staying at home, I think gloss is probably the right call.
There’s Sound Retrieval System (SRS) 3D sound effects to back up the visuals. It’s supposed to offer a richer, deeper experience through the two onboard 2W speakers and dedicated sub-woofer and, if you plug in your headphones phones, you’ll get a virtual 5.1 surround effect.
There’s a 512MB/1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD4650 graphics card for your inner gamer and a Blu-ray player to appreciate the machine in all its high-defness. Presumably there’s some HDMI ports to out the signal to your big old TV but I can confirm six whole USB ports including one which is chargeable and another in combo with eSATA for 3GB per second data transfer potential.
It’s all powered by an Intel Centrino 2 chipset, as everything seems to be these days. No mention of the exact model or amount of RAM but I can imagine you’ve plenty of upgrade options to choose from.
Last of all is the slightly hyperchondriac addition of an anti-bacterial keyboard. It’s making me think about the kinds of entertainment people use their entertainment PCs for. I’d probably best stop there. Sorry, hope I haven’t spoilt your afternoon tea and biscuit – soggy or otherwise.
It’s out from July starting at just £599 and sounds like a pretty good option to me.
Toshiba Qosmio X305-Q708 gaming laptop raises the bar and the price
Toshiba has announced a new pink gaming laptop, the Qosimo X305-Q708, presumably aimed at that key demographic of “girls who like gaming enough to buy a high-spec gaming laptop, but are surprisingly still girly enough to be the sort of people who buy things that are pink.
Alienware Area-51 m17x notebook gaming beast launches today – bloody big, bloody powerful
Alienware has today released a new version of their top of the line gaming laptops in the mighty shape of the Alienware Area 51 m17x.
This 17-inch, 5.2kg hunk of gaming metal adds a little extra size to the m15x and is proudly announced as the Dell subsiduary’s most powerful notebook to date….
Asus intros G70 gaming laptop, lots of dual specs and lights
Asus has announced its high performance G70 gaming laptop, quite capable of supporting the latest fast-paced games and high definition content.
“Dual” is the key world when it comes to the G70’s features. The laptop can be fitted with either an Intel Core 2 Duo or Intel Core 2 Extreme processors, dual Nvidia GeForce 8700M GT CPUs, space for two hard drives totalling 640GB, and a dual display – a 17 inch WUXGA full HD screen with 8ms response rate and dual lamp offering high contrast, and a secondary screen which can be used to display system information and message alerts…
Toshiba Qosmio X305 gaming laptop specs and pics leaked
Though we can’t guarantee these are 100% trustworthy, the Net is buzzing with news of an upgraded Qosmio laptop from Toshiba, the X305 which updates the current X205, aimed squarely at gamers…