|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||15.6" IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080) Matte|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Memory Speed||3.5 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M|
|Card Description||2GB GDDR5 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M, Dedicated|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||2 GB|
Eluktronics N151RD1 Pro Premium Gaming Laptop - Intel Core i7-6700HQ Quad Core Windows 10 Home 2GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M 15.6” Full HD IPS Display 512GB Performance SSD + 16GB DDR4 RAM
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|Display Size||15.6 Inches|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
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- 6th Gen Intel Core i7-6700HQ (2.6GHz/3.5GHz) Quad Core Processor, Genuine Windows 10 64-Bit
- 2GB GDDR5 VRAM Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M Graphics; 16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM (1 Dimm)
- 15.6-inch Full HD IPS LED Anti-Glare 16:9 Display (1920 x 1080); HDMI, 2 Mini DisplayPorts
- 512GB Eluktro Pro M.2 Solid State Drive (SSD) SATA III; Intel Wireless-AC 8260 + Bluetooth v4.2
- Full Size White LED Backlit Keyboard, FHD Webcam, Sound Blaster Cinema 2, Gigabit LAN, 1 Year Warranty
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The Eluktro Pro N151RD1 is a high performance gaming PC by Eluktronics featuring premium options as standard features. An IPS full HD display offers a pristine picture with vibrant colors and rich deep blacks. Compare design, components, even available ports and you'll find this outmatches all competition for the price. Eluktronics prides themselves on offering a quality PC with fast and clear USA based customer support. Let's change the game, literally!
Operating System: Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-Bit (Clean Installation, No Bloatware)
Processor: Intel Core i7-6700HQ Quad Core (2.6-3.5GHz TurboBoost, 6MB L3 Cache)
RAM: 16GB DDR4 2133MHz RAM
Display: 15.6" Full HD IPS Anti-Glare Display (1920 x 1080)
Graphics: 2GB GDDR5 VRAM NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M
Primary Drive: 512GB Performance Flash M.2 SSD SATA III
Storage Expandability: One changeable 2.5”9.5 mm(H) / 7mm(H) HDD / SSD, SATA interface (Caddy & Mounting hardware included!)
Optical Drive: SuperMulti DVD Burner
Wireless: Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8260 2x2 + Bluetooth 4.0
Keyboard: Premium Full-size LED Backlit Keyboard with 10-key numeric keypad
Webcam: 2.0MP Full HD Webcam and Array Mic
Ports: 3 USB 3.0 Ports, 1 USB 3.1 Gen 2 port (Type C), HDMI (with HDCP), 2 Mini DisplayPorts, Gigabit Ethernet, 1 S/PDIF, 1 Headphone jack, 1 Microphone jack
Added Security: Fingerprint Reader; TPM 2.0
Audio: Sound Blaster Cinema 2 with Onkyo Speakers; ANSPTM 3D sound technology on headphone output
Power: 120 Watt AC Adapter
Battery: 6-Cell 62WHr
Dimensions:15.16 x 10.55 x 1.12"
Warranty:One Year Eluktronics Warranty
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I got the computer to use for music production. The NVIDIA G whatever chip I could care less about in this computer. I wanted a good processer, and decently high RAM and SSD. I would've gone for an SSD HD combo but I figure I can put in a HD or get an external one if I need. That's another good thing about this computer, you can upgrade it's components pretty easily, they leave you space to expand.
The computer is lighter than I was expecting, because big gaming-style computers tend to be a little too heavy. While it's a good sized laptop at 15", it's not too big to take around the house and hold with one hand. I'm not an expert on keyboards or touch pads but I really like the keyboard feel. the touchpad is alright and I like the clicker buttons below the touch pad.
It's running well, I've installed Mixcraft and it ran excellently. I will probably try out FL Studio on it soon.
Also an interesting tidbit is that I was a Mac guy. I really do like Mac's operating system. I just didn't want to pay Mac price and not even get this good of specs. Everything about Microsoft's Windows just feels old. The loading icon and loading bar look like they haven't changed since like 1995. Which is a long time in technology terms. the mac's touchpad was better responsively, and its finger motions were better too. However I like having a full keyboard on the Eluctronics, and all the ports and dvd drive. this computer looks pretty standard, which I like about it. not flashy not trendy, just standard.
Very happy so far. If I don't update this I either forgot to or I have had no problems with the computer.
One more thing that I really like about this laptop is the build quality. The keyboard feels great to touch, and the chassis just feels so solid. The litany of keyboard function controls are excellent, and I like that the backlighting contains 4 different brightness settings.
I can't recommend it enough. Eluktronics, you will be permanently on my radar and suggested to all of my friends going forward.
So far, everything has been exactly as I expected it with the reviews. Runs perfectly, professionally packed, nice build, insane stats, etc. My only criticisms are with Windows 10, but that's not really relevant for this review.
Only minor cons I can think of after 2 weeks are that the max volume on the speakers isn't very loud, and the charger cable that came with it is a bit shorter than it could be. Again, these are minor criticisms, overall I am very happy with how this laptop has performed.
The feel of the machine is quite substantial, as well. Quality keyboard and frame. It just feels right, and the backlighting is subtle and classy.
Why 4 stars? I've had it for a month, and a few things downgrade it for me a bit:
The placement of the DC-In jack, at the center of the back, where the "L"-shaped power input goes, means I continually have to reach back and adjust the cord before I place it down on my desk, or else I could damage it if the "L"-shaped input were turned the wrong way against a flat surface. (If you saw it, you'd know what I mean.) It's not a huge problem but it's a nuisance to have to do every time when you don't have to think about this with most laptops, which have the jack on the side.
The battery life is poor. I haven't used this for gaming at all, just Word, Outlook, and simple web surfing, and I already feel tethered to an outlet with (as others have noted) a heavier than average power block.
The disc drive seems to have a glitch in reading tracks with iTunes for some reason. It'll either take forever for it to read the disc or it inaccurately reads tracks as beginning in the middle of songs, which would be problematic if I were to upload those tracks into my library. (Meanwhile, I did not have that problem with those same discs on an external drive plugged into the laptop; also, I checked and have the latest version of iTunes.)
I'm starting to detect "ticks" that seem to be coming from the speakers (single ones, either from the left or the right) when I visit random web sites or, as just happened now, when I received an alert on Outlook. I hope this does not indicate an issue that will get worse; I've only had this computer for one month.
It was advertised as an "anti-glare" screen and apparently this meant matte screen, which can skew toward a gray scheme and sometimes blurriness with some graphics. There was also an apparent compatibility issue with some applications such as Office and iTunes that produced extremely blurred text, for which I had to search the web to find a solution; turns out there was a somewhat obscure setting you had to adjust to resolve the blurring of text on matte screens!
The track pad is generally accurate, though now and then it starts to drift a little farther in the direction of where my finger had been going. (Across the board, track pads on laptops seem to be terrible now, and FWIW this one seems better than most are now...though still not as good as I had on a cheap Toshiba 6 years ago.) Also, as I make a point of rinsing my hands off every single time before using this computer, I was surprised that the trackpad already shows signs of wear after just one month.
So after one month, for speed and overall feel, this laptop gets the highest marks, though some other issues lower the overall grade.