All Product Articles tagged ‘gaming notebook’
The Lenovo IdeaPad Y510p features an innovative "Ultrabay" features that lets users install an add-on graphics module for added graphics performance. But does this turn the IdeaPad Y510p into a bona fide gaming notebook? We find out.
Held at Shijingshan Stadium, Beijing, from the 22nd to 24th November, the MSI Beat It 2013 tournament saw 17 top CS:GO teams from different parts of the world gather to compete against one another in a bid to win the grand prize of US$10,000 and five MSI GE70 gaming laptops loaded with WD SSHDs. We give you a rundown of what took place.
The Razer Blade Pro used to be the only slim 17-inch gaming notebook around, but not any more. There's a new challenger in the form of MSI's GS70 Stealth. We pit these two lightweight gaming notebooks against each other to find out which is best.
Local custom notebooks specialist Aftershock has just released its new ultraportable gaming notebook, the XG13. It might not be as compact as the competition, but it is supremely customizable and offers a Full-HD IPS display. Will this be enough to let it stand tall? Find out in our review.
Gaming notebooks used to be big, clumsy, bulky machines, but the new slim and sexy 14-inch Razer Blade seeks to change that. Does it succeed? Find out in our detailed review!
Don't be fooled by appearances. Despite its slim profile and light weight, the MSI GE40 2OC Dragon Eyes packs the latest Intel "Haswell" processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M discrete graphics under its hood. We check it out to see if it's the notebook for weight-conscious gamers.
We had a quick hands-on session with Razer’s latest gaming notebooks, the 14-inch Razer Blade and 17-inch Razer Blade Pro, and here are our first impressions.
The Aftershock Titan is a dual-GPU equipped 17.3-inch gaming notebook from Singapore-based custom notebook manufacturers Aftershock PC. Boasting a 2-way NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M SLI configuration, this beast of a machine looks set to claim the crown of notebook gaming. Will it succeed? We find out.
It's been almost a year since Razer first showed off its Razer Blade gaming laptop in August 2011 (more than a year, if you're counting it as a continuation of the Switchblade concept first seen at CES in January 2011) but it will finally be launching in Singapore on 14th June with a hefty pricetag of S$3999.99.
MSI's new GT70 notebook is one of the first to feature an Intel Ivy Bridge Core i7-3610QM processor. It also boasts NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 670M GPU, dual SSDs, 16GB RAM, SteelSeries keyboard, NIC by Killer Gaming and a non-reflective, full HD, 17.3-inch screen. Add that all up and you've got the makings of a top brass gaming notebook. Should you get one? We spill the beans.