[release][table][tr][td]Miami, FL – February 20, 2012, Media Alert for Immediate Release —Last week ORIGIN PC announced the availability of their new EON17-X desktop replacement laptop, the most powerful laptop for gamers, artists, and professionals. Today ORIGIN PC announces the world's first 3D laptop with dual graphics cards: The EON17-X3D featuring the latest Intel X79 chipset, 2nd generation Intel hexcore processors, and dual overclocked NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M graphics cards in SLI. The EON17-X3D marks the first 3D laptop from ORIGIN PC with a customizable backlit keyboard with three lighting zones and seven color options.
ORIGIN PC's EON17-X3D Laptop features:
Built-in 3D Emitter and 1080p 3D Display
NVIDIA 3D Vision 2 Wireless Glasses with LightBoost Technology
Customizable Backlit Keyboard with Three Lighting Zones and Seven Colors
Intel X79 Chipset with 2nd Generation Intel Hexcore Processors
Up to 32GB 1333MHz Corsair Quad Channel Memory
Up to 16GB 1866MHz Corsair Vengeance Quad Channel Memory
Up to Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M Graphics Cards with ORIGIN Professional Overclocking
Up to Three Hard Drives with up to 3TB's of Hard Drive Space
Industry Leading Free 24/7 Lifetime Support Based in the United States
Fully Customizable starting at $ 3,032
“ORIGIN PC continues to lead the industry by being the first to offer a 3D laptop with dual overclocked graphics cards in SLI.” said Kevin Wasielewski ORIGIN PC CEO and co-founder. “The ORIGIN EON17-X3D is the ultimate mobile 3D experience. Whether you are at home or on the road, you will forget where you are and become immersed in the world of 3D.”
All ORIGIN systems come with free life-time 24/7 phone and online service based in the United States. Each customer has a dedicated support team and free life-time labor for upgrade needs. ORIGIN PC features a 1 to 3 free part replacement warranty combined with the best in class integration, quality testing and support.[/td][td][img]http://ic.tweakimg.net/ext/i/imagenormal/1329990391.jpeg[/img]
[i]An illustration of the portable sun coming to your lap soon.[/i][/td][/tr][/table]
Don't you hate those moments when you're in an airplane and you just need to play Crysis 2 and render Avatar at the same time? For just $3000 and your fertility, you get 32 GB of RAM, 3 TB of hard drive space, a 6-core processor and two overclocked GTX 580s! Nuclear fusion reactor not included.
And it doubles as a barbecue!
Now with 20 seconds of battery life.
I'll take 5.
i bet it only lasts 2 hours on a single charge
This is what gaming laptops should be like, not that Razer bullshit.
[editline]23rd February 2012[/editline]
Also, is it called Origin because it produces the same amount of heat as the big bang?
I enjoy gaming laptops because I can take it with me on summer vacation. I could care less about battery life; find me an outlet and I'm good to go. I would love this, but how could I ever hope to afford this
A lot of words come to mind seeing that thing and 'Portable' isn't one.
[QUOTE=HendoV2;34831071]i bet it only lasts 2 hours on a single charge[/QUOTE]
It lasts 60 minutes*
*In normal desktop usage.
It also requires two 300W adapters to run and weighs over 12 pounds.
[QUOTE=Aperture Adam;34831106]A lot of words come to mind seeing that thing and 'Portable' isn't one.[/QUOTE]
It's probably more portable than anything else that powerful.
[QUOTE=icemaz;34831114]It lasts 60 minutes*
*In normal desktop usage.[/QUOTE]
I actually like it and I kinda want it...
I also like the design, reminds me of these:
Look at those vents! Attach a couple of those to your car and you may have just created the first car with VTOL capabilities!
Almost the same price as a Razer Blade. :v:
[QUOTE=iSnubWaitWhat;34831157]Almost the same price as a Razer Blade. :v:[/QUOTE]
but not shit
[QUOTE=dass;34831143]I actually like it and I kinda want it...
I also like the design, reminds me of these:
Look at those vents! Attach a couple of those to your car and you may have just created the first car with VTOL capabilities![/QUOTE]
The image on-screen is relevant.
That's not a laptop.
That's a portable stationary computer.
Holy shit this thing's a beast.
I thought this would be Roccat's amazing [U]saviour[/U] of PC gaming.
My desktop pc has worse specs than this thing :suicide:
doesn't look too bad
That thing needs one of those mini nuclear reactors that they have on the newest Mars rover.
Thats a really cool laptop, and seeing its price, is kind of understandable.
Mine's bigger but ain't as good as that :/
what have I done
It's a beast but you're probably much better off with a laptop 1/3th the price and still play all of your games
No small touchscreen next to the keyboard, would not purchase.
Sure, but can it run Cr- oh, right.
Curious as to how much those same specs would come out to be if you built one yourself as a desktop.
[QUOTE=Panda X;34831368]Curious as to how much those same specs would come out to be if you built one yourself as a desktop.[/QUOTE]
I don't know that much about hardware, but I'd guess about $1800.
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