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Pwn the competition with ORIGIN EON18 custom gaming laptop

It used to be that you needed a desktop computer if you wanted a proper gaming experience, but there are now more than a few suitable notebooks out there for you to consider too. One of the latest to join the fray also happens to be one of the most powerful. ORIGIN has come forward with its new EON18 custom gaming laptop.

Set to “deliver record breaking performance and set a new bar for custom gaming laptops,” the ORIGIN EON18 is quite the beast to behold. It has a large 18.4-inch full HD (1920×1080) widescreen display, so this is very much a desktop replacement.

Under the hood, you get your choice of an Intel Core i7 Extreme processor, dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX285M graphics cards in SLI configuration, up to 8GB of dual channel DDR3 1333MHz RAM, up to three solid state drives in RAID configurations, and an optional dual layer Blu-ray disc burner.

The design goes further with programmable gaming buttons, touch sensitive access buttons, and “visceral airbrush artistry” from Killer Paint. The ORIGIN EON18 is clearly designed “for gamers who crave power and speed over cute and petite.”

Prices start at $2,299. Head over to originpc.com for more information.

Origin EON18 Gaming Laptop Photo Gallery



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One comment

  1. i have seen this casing everywhere but under different company names, arent u guys just doing the same thing? how come this casing can handle core i7 quad with dual SLI nvidia gtx285m and if it does why Asus or alienware or dell or other well known brand didnt come out with this kind of specs? but only customizeable laptops with same casings everywhere, can the casing even handle the over-heating condition? is there even at least 2 or 4 built in fans or any other cooling options?

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