Maingear announces Pulse 17, the ‘world’s thinnest’ 17-inch gaming notebook

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Maingear’s normal method of constructing a gaming notebook works something a little like this: 1. Grab a Clevo chassis, 2. Crowbar as much high-power tech it can. For the Pulse 17, however, the company has decided to follow a different path. Abandoning Clevo’s hardware, the company has crafted a 17-inch laptop that’ll put a dent in your wallet and your friend’s egos. This self-styled “world’s thinnest” gaming notebook comes with a Haswell Core i7 4700HQ clocked at 2.4GHz, but which’ll push all the way up to 3.4GHz when required, in addition to a GeForce GTX 765M with 2GB RAM and a staggering 16GB RAM. Up front, your eyes will be staring into a 17.3-inch 1, 920 x 1, 080 widescreen display, and users will have a choice of a 1TB HDD or a pair of 480GB SSDs in a Raid 0 configuration. Systems go on sale from today and will start from $2, 099 — with prices increasing depending on your build-to-order choices, naturally. Filed under: Gaming , Laptops Comments

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Maingear announces Pulse 17, the ‘world’s thinnest’ 17-inch gaming notebook

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