Saturday, August 3rd 2013

Eurocom Launches the M3 13.3-inch Gaming Laptop

Eurocom is launching the most powerful 13.3" custom gaming laptop in the world, while being only 1.2 inches/3 cm thin and weighing only 4.4 pounds/2 kg. The EUROCOM M3 is equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics, Haswell processors up to Intel Core i7-4930MX Extreme, 2.5 TB of SATA 3 storage and a beautiful Full HD 1920x1080 matte IPS display and a fierce backlit keyboard.

At the heart of the M3, users have an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M to do their bidding with 2 GB DDR5 memory running at 1000 MHz and 768 CUDA Cores running at 850 MHz. The M3 is the ultimate mobile gaming machine with enough power to play the most demanding games and the portable size to take just about anywhere, with ease. With support for Optimus 2.0 technology users get graphics performance when you want it and long battery life, up to 300 minutes or 5 hours when you don't.

The M3 is equipped with a beautiful 13.3" full HD 1920x1080 IPS display to take advantage of the pixel processing power of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M. With 178 degree viewing angles and 700:1 contrast ratio this gorgeous high pixel density display will blow you away.

A sleek, silver light illuminates the keyboard, hinting at the power held within the aggressively designed chassis.

Weighing just two kilograms and being an 1.2 inches/3 cm thin makes the EUROCOM M3 extremely easy to carry and transport, with no need for a power cord due to the 300 minutes (5 hours) of battery life.

Based on the HM 87 Express chipset from Intel the EUROCOM M3 can support a full range of 4th Generation Intel core i7 processors, up to 4930MX Extreme edition and up to 16 GB of DDR3-1600 memory from two channels.

Users will be able to carry the M3 to battle with all the data they need, with two mSATA storage devices and one standard storage drive for a total of 2.5 TB of storage with RAID capability. The M3 offers the ultimate in SATA 3 storage performance and redundancy.

The M3 can be customized based on processor, memory, storage, display and wireless technology to allow customers to build the exact system they want with no need to pay for anything they don't.

The integrated Trusted Platform Module 1.2 ensures that information like keys, password and digital certificates stored are made more secure from software attacks and physical theft.

EUROCOM M3 Specs:
Display: 13.3-inch (33.78cm); RGB, FHD 1920x1080; Matte; 700:1; Backlight LED; eDP
VGA Technology: on-board NVIDIA GTX 765M with 2 GB of DDR5 VRAM; Optimus 2.0
Chipset: High Performance Intel Mobile HM87 Express (Haswell)
Processor: up to Intel Core i7-4930MX Processor Extreme Edition with HD Graphics 4600
Memory: up to 16 GB DDR3-1600; two SODIMM sockets; Dual Channel
Storage: up to 2.5 TB of storage; SATA3; 2x mSATA3 + 1x HDD/SSD
Keyboard: Backlit keyboard with 3 lighting options
Audio System: Sound Blaster Cinema; High Definition Audio; 2 built-in speakers and microphone
Ports: USB 2.0; 3x USB 3.0 (1x powered AC/DC); HDMI 1.4a out; VGA; Headphone; Mic; RJ45/LAN
Communication: 1 Gigabit LAN; WLAN; Bluetooth
Weight: 2 kg / 4.4lbs (with battery)
Dimensions: WxDxH 330 x 227 x 31.9 mm; 13.2 x 9.9 x 1.2-inch
Battery Life: up to 300 minutes; 62.16 WH battery
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16 Comments on Eurocom Launches the M3 13.3-inch Gaming Laptop

#1
Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
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Kantastic
by: Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
Lol, how is the AMD A10-5750 the definitive mobile gaming platform when the VIA Tegra Snapdragon A10X 8-core processor designed by Razer is easily more powerful and only consumes 11W total.
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#3
erocker
by: Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
It would be a nice option but if I want more performance with both CPU and GPU, the model listed is what I would choose.

by: Kantastic
Lol, how is the AMD A10-5750 the definitive mobile gaming platform when the VIA Tegra Snapdragon A10X 8-core processor designed by Razer is easily more powerful and only consumes 11W total.
Not x86. Irrelevant for a gaming notebook. Unless you just game with Android apps.. which would be weird.
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kiddagoat
by: Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
I want to have whatever this guy is smoking, it allows one to goto a parallel universe.


Anyway..... That 3rd picture there makes the GPU look to be soldered in.... no MXM module might make this a tough sale for me..... I like the idea behind the user upgrade-able laptops. Kinda one of the good selling points of the Clevos and their various rebrands (Sager, XoticPC, Eurocom, Mythlogic, AVADirect, etc). That CPU looks to be BGA too, can't really see a socket. Nice to have options on the CPU but if it is soldered in and made permanent... geeze..
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#6
Emperor_Piehead
by: kiddagoat

Anyway..... That 3rd picture there makes the GPU look to be soldered in.... no MXM module might make this a tough sale for me..... I like the idea behind the user upgrade-able laptops. Kinda one of the good selling points of the Clevos and their various rebrands (Sager, XoticPC, Eurocom, Mythlogic, AVADirect, etc). That CPU looks to be BGA too, can't really see a socket. Nice to have options on the CPU but if it is soldered in and made permanent... geeze..
The gpu is soldered in, but the cpu can be changed out.
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#7
alucasa
That laptop is Clevo W230ST AKA Sager NP7330.
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#8
unityole
a joke..

lol funny how they put 4930mx into this machine, maybe an I5 or lower end I7 would work.

by the look of this heatsink single copper pipe at best its only 25-35 watt heatsink. 4930mx itself is 57watt TDP it'll overheat under load even without turbo boost LOL. this is a joke.. sounds like something Eurocom would do.
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15th Warlock
by: Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
Why don't you get an MSI GX70 (or a GX60 if you want a smaller chassis) if you want a laptop with this processor in particular?

You'll probably find a better deal, but unfortunately the A10 severely bottlenecks the performance of the 7970M (or 8970M depending on the model), but that's a nice laptop for a low price if Richland is your thing.
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#10
Wile E
Power User
I want this with multi-touch added to the screen.
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#11
Jorge
by: kiddagoat
I want to have whatever this guy is smoking, it allows one to goto a parallel universe.


Anyway..... That 3rd picture there makes the GPU look to be soldered in.... no MXM module might make this a tough sale for me..... I like the idea behind the user upgrade-able laptops. Kinda one of the good selling points of the Clevos and their various rebrands (Sager, XoticPC, Eurocom, Mythlogic, AVADirect, etc). That CPU looks to be BGA too, can't really see a socket. Nice to have options on the CPU but if it is soldered in and made permanent... geeze..
Maybe you're on drugs but not me. :twitch: You too can have a quality 13.3" laptop as long as it has an AMD A10-5750 processor. ;)
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#12
Jorge
by: 15th Warlock
Why don't you get an MSI GX70 (or a GX60 if you want a smaller chassis) if you want a laptop with this processor in particular?

You'll probably find a better deal, but unfortunately the A10 severely bottlenecks the performance of the 7970M (or 8970M depending on the model), but that's a nice laptop for a low price if Richland is your thing.
They don't offer a 13.3" or 14" model. I already contacted them. I don't need a gaming laptop, I just need a good, small A10-5750 powered laptop. The better gaming laptops tend to use the more powerful processors like the A10-5750.
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#13
boogerlad
by: Jorge
It's funny that every new gaming laptop released claims to be "the most powerful". Seeing as though this laptop isn't offered with the AMD A10-5750 processor, it's NO SALE.
The haswell cpu is clearly better performing.

by: erocker
It would be a nice option but if I want more performance with both CPU and GPU, the model listed is what I would choose.



Not x86. Irrelevant for a gaming notebook. Unless you just game with Android apps.. which would be weird.
I think he was joking about the arm cpu eroker.
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#14
Deadlyraver
I would rather stick wih these kinds of gaming laptops, one with the focus of retaining 14". I am so tired of carrying around a notebook carrier for just that reason, the performance is to be expected for about a couple yearts anyways so it wouldnt even matter as well.
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#15
alucasa
Believe or not, the minimum CPU available for this laptop is Haswell 4700HQ, meaning this laptop is built to handle around 110 TDP.

I am actually going to be purchasing this one in a week or two. And I wouldn't have chosen it if it had AMD cpu. To be honest, AMD mobile cpu just cannot complete with Intel mobile at the moment.
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#16
THE_EGG
Will definitely consider this after my G53 dies completely. G53 is a PITA to carry around - might as well have gone for the G73... This will make mobile gaming so much better and if its battery life is within an hour of the claim, then I'll be happy. Only concerned about after sales support over here...
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