Inside the Eon17 you will find Intel’s Core i7 processors as well as 24GB of DDR3 memory making sure nothing, not even a 100 Zergling rush, will slow you down. The Eon17 from Origin has everything you need to conquer your enemies on the field of battle or to create your next masterpiece work of art.
The Eon17 is so crammed full of stuff that it is amazing it fits into a laptop shell. Aside from the Core i7 processors you will find dual nVidia GeForce GTX 480M video cards in SLI, a Super Multi Blu-Ray Burner Combo drive and high definition audio. What will really interest you is the full list of everything you can get in your Origin Eon17 like:
– 17.3 Full HD Widescreen, 16.9, 1920 x 1080
– Up to Intel Core i7 980X Desktop Processors
– Up to Dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 480M Video Cards in SLI
– Up to 24GB of Triple Channel DDR3 Memory
– Up to Three Hard Drives
– Full Size Keyboard with Numeric Key Pad
– HDMI In and Out; Optical Digital Out, and 7.1 HD Audio
– Touch Sensitive Multi-Gesture Pad and Instant Access Buttons
I don’t know about you, but I now have to wipe the drool away from my face. That is one seriously intense spec list. With hardware like that there is no doubt that you will have absolutely no problem gaming whether you are heading up a raiding party with your Horde brethren in World of Warcraft, leading a charge against the deadly Zerg and mighty Protoss in StarCraft II or defending the world in Crysis.
The Eon17 from Origin is definitely one impressive machine and a serious gaming laptop that can rival some high-end desktops. The only problem is that all this power directly at your fingertips won’t come cheap. The Eon17 has a starting price of $2,499. It is available now, but for that price you could build yourself two ultimate gaming desktops if you know where to get the right parts. They just won’t be able to go everywhere with you.