|Screen Size||15.6 inches|
|Screen Resolution||15.6" 120Hz Full HD (1920 x 1080) Matte|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Processor||2.8 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||64 GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM|
|Hard Drive||1 TB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070|
|Card Description||8GB GDDR5 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 + G-SYNC|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8 GB|
Eluktronics Pro-X P650HS-G VR Ready 15.6" 120Hz 5ms Gamers Edition Laptop PC - Intel i7-7700HQ Quad Core Win 10 Home 8GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 + G-SYNC 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD 64GB RAM
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- Latest 7th Gen Intel® Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor, Genuine Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
- 8GB GDDR5 VRAM Nvidia® GeForce GTX 1070 VR Ready Graphics + G-SYNC; 64GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
- 15.6" Full HD 120Hz 5ms Matte Display with G-SYNC Technology ; HDMI 2.0b; 2 Mini DisplayPorts v1.4; 2 USB 3.1 Type-C
- 1TB Ultra Performance PCIe NVMe SSD; Full HD 2.0MP Webcam; Intel Wireless-AC 8265 + Bluetooth® v4.2
- Full Size RGB Silver-Lining Backlit Keyboard, Sound Blaster® X-FI® MB5, Gigabit LAN, 1 Year Warranty
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This Eluktronics gamers edition PC features top of the line components including a 120Hz display and G-SYNC technology for a blur-free action ready fluid experience for all current and future game titles. This system is powered by Intel's 7th gen Kaby Lake CPU, NVIDIA Pascal™ architecture and an ultra performing PCIe SSD. This PC is a very slim yet powerful virtual reality (VR) ready gaming platform.
Operating System: Genuine Windows® 10 Home 64-Bit (Clean Installation, No Bloatware)
Processor: Intel® Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core (2.8-3.8GHz TurboBoost, 6MB L3 Cache)
RAM: 64GB DDR4 2400MHz RAM
Display: 15.6" Full HD 120Hz 5ms Anti-Glare (1920 x 1080)
Graphics: 8GB GDDR5 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce GTX 1070 + G-SYNC
Primary Drive: 1TB Eluktro Pro-X PCIe NVMe SSD
Expandability: Two 2.5" HDD/SSD (1st bay 7mm, 2nd bay 7mm or 9.5mm). Mounting hardware included!
Optical Drive: N/A
Wireless: Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 8265 2x2 + Bluetooth 4.2
Keyboard: Premium Full-size Customizable Color Backlit Keyboard with 10-key numeric keypad
Mouse: Built-in Microsoft® Precision Touchpad (PTP) multi-gesture & scrolling function
Webcam: 2.0MP Full HD Webcam & Array Mic
Ports: 2 USB 3.1 Gen 2 port (Type-C), 3 USB 3.0 Ports, HDMI® 2.0 (with HDCP), 2 Mini DisplayPort v1.4, Gigabit Ethernet, 2-in-1 Audio Jack (Headphone & S/PDIF output), 1 Microphone jack, 1 Line out jack, 6-in-1 SD Card reader
Added Security: Fingerprint Reader; TPM 2.0, Kensington® Lock
Audio: Sound Blaster X-Fi MB5 with Onkyo Speakers; ESS SABRE HiFi DAC on headphone output
Power: 230 Watt AC Adapter
Battery: 4-Cell 60WHr
Dimensions: 15.1 x 10.6 x 1.13"
Warranty: One Year USA Based Eluktronics Warranty
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I am initially extremely satisfied with this laptop, and I hope it will last me a long time. Eluktronic's customer support was also excellent and greatly influenced my decision to buy a product from a company that I had never heard of before. In case you are unfamiliar, Eluktronics is a Clevo reseller, meaning the laptop is a Clevo laptop rebranded with the Eluktronics name/style. Clevo is an OEM manufacturer, meaning that you cut out the brand name markup while still receiving the same quality product as larger brands.
I will update this review in the future if I experience any problems, but if this remains a 5 star with no further comment, then you can assume I am still very satisfied!
And my final disclaimer; I have owned this product for less than 12 hours if I notice any changes in my appreciation of this laptop, or its performance I will be sure to note it here.
-Performance, this is a gaming beast, and is benchmarking similarly to as my desktop PC that is rigged up with a 980ti GPU and an old ivy bridge i7 CPU. So this thing is certified FAST and will play any modern game at full 1080p/60fps and all max/Ultra settings.
-Build, this has a very quality build, that is surprisingly compact and mobile. Despite packing so much performance per square inch, this thing is pretty mobile and can be carried from location to location without feeling like you are lugging a 20lb brick around.
-Heat distribution, I gamed with this laptop for a 3 hour session, and the heat never got unstable or uncomfortable. The heat seems to circulate out of the machine through the underneath and vents behind the machine, and it doesn't very well, with minimum fan noise.
-Built-in speakers, are good for laptop standards. This was a weak point for the EVO15-s (laptop I previously owned).
-Backlighting on the keyboard, now yes it is nice that there are 3 seperate regoins of the keyboard that can be backlit with different colors and following different themes. However, the keys themselves look ummm 'cheap'. They feel nice, and they perform well but they do not look crisp or clean.
-Screen, now I am disappointed that there is not a FHD 120hz option, I am not counting this missing factor against my final rating of this product. Nevertheless the screen is the main reason this product gets 4 stars instead of 5. The 1080p IPS screen simply has too much 'bleed'. As in, when the screen is on a black (but backlit) screen, you can see that the corners in particular are a shade or two lighter than the rest of the screen. Thankfully, it does not affect gaming as there are usually colors that fill the screen, but it is a damper on the over quality and performance of this product.
So let's talk about the hardware first. This is a gsync offering in a 15 inch profile, which the vendor I used to purchase doesn't have yet. Right off the bat, this was a win. Now I don't have to use convoluted translators to play older games like FFXI because nVidia has to continue to support the older tech on gsync machines.
The i7 is a powerful chip, and I opted for the single SSD drive\16gb ram configuration and figured I would throw in a WD Scorpio for data after the fact, which is what I did. It's worth noting that while the machine will 'support' two hard drives, you probably can't fit two drives in unless they are SSDs, or maybe one SSD and one mechanical. Not a massive issue, but I would have liked to have two scorpio blacks in for extra storage space. The entire back panel snaps off and allows access to everything on the board. Standard Clevo hardware.
I don't personally like these chiclet keyboards and think that AW wins every time in this regard. No one does a comfortable keyboard like AW (Maybe Lenovo), but the rest of the hardware inside more than makes up for this one annoyance. The numpad is nice. The backlight is nice (and it's RGB).
It has shredded everything I've thrown at it so far. FFXIV on max is like butter, and the screen is beautiful and crisp. You'll probably want to dial down the brightness a bit. This thing barely notices my VMs and I like that there's plenty of resources to give them.
The laptop itself is surprisingly lightweight and slim, but the brick is massive. I mean MASSIVE. It is what it is. Makes the machine less portable.
Windows 10 with little bloat. Their control center software is quick and responsive. You won't be waiting half a minute while it loads up. It's intuitive. I was able to configure the machine for my preferences in a matter of minutes. No complaints.
The trackpad isn't the worst I've seen. AW's is better. Ten to one if you are gaming you are using this with an external mouse anyway. Looks like there is a fingerprint reader as well. That's a nice touch.
I agree with some others that the speakers are... not great. If you're a gamer you may be using a headset anyway so maybe that's why they cut a corner on this aspect of the build. If you don't use a headset, you probably will want to. Once these fans spin up the speakers can't really overpower them and you are going to miss things.
Now let's talk about the company. They were responsive to my requests and I was able to order the thermal paste upgrade on their website. Whether they actually applied it or not I don't really know since I'm not going to check, but they say they did. So get yourself at least that upgrade (why it's not standard on a gaming build is beyond me) and get the bigger M.2 SSD version. You won't regret the purchase. I didn't. I'm going to retire my old 15R3 and sell it. This is my new full time laptop and this company may very well be my new go-to vendor.
I'll update in a few months to let everyone know how the hardware is holding up under my abuse.