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Eurocom Announces Shark 3 Notebook

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  1. btarunr

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    Parents want the best for their kids, and with Eurocom's line of fully upgradable laptops you can build a laptop that will last throughout their education while saving with Eurocom's education program. Within the next few months' students will be visiting their prospective post-secondary institutions, compiling their list of wants and needs for the coming school year. Though parents want to give their children everything they need but often left to compromise on price and choose practicality. Eurocom targets both side of the equation by offering a ten percent discount on all its customizable and upgradable notebooks through its Eurocom Education Discount Program.

    Eurocom ultraportable notebooks are small on size, but big on performance. All notebooks have standard upgrade possibilities like memory and storage, but it is their ability to have the processor upgraded that sets them apart. Eurocom offers thousands of customizable options on each laptop. "Parents like the practicality of Eurocom notebooks, students like the power of Eurocom notebooks", explains Mark Bialic, Eurocom president. "If you buy a notebook from Eurocom as a high school graduation gift, it's built to last past University graduation."

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    The EUROCOM Shark 3 is perfect for new or current post-secondary students to build a comprehensive portfolio of work to take with them as they start their chosen career. It's small, lightweight but has maximum power, proving that size doesn't matter. The base model of the Shark 3 is equipped with Intel's 4th generation i7 processor but can be upgraded to the Extreme i7-4940MX. With up to 24 GB of RAM and a maximum of 6 TB of storage over two HDD/SSD (SATA3), one mSATA (SATA3) and another optional HDD/SSD, via the ODD bay, and configurable at RAID 0/1.

    Weighing less than 6lbs and measuring 14.06x10x0.65-1.71 inches the notebook is small only in size. With an embedded 1.2 trusted platform module (TPM) security, integrated fingerprint recognition and optional Kensington lock act as a great deterrent for any would be thief.

    EUROCOM Shark 3 specifications
    • Security: H/W based TPM 1.2 Data Encryption and Fingerprint Recognition
    • Keyboard: Backlit keyboard with three levels of brightness; 1.40±0.2mm full travel keys
    • Chipset: Intel HM87 (Haswell) Mobile Express Chipset
    • Processor: Intel 4th Generation i7 Processors; up to Extreme i7-4940MX
    • Memory: up to 24GB; 3 RAM sockets; DDR3L-1600/1866
    • VGA Technology: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M (Maxwell); 2GB DDR5; Optimus; Turbo Boost 2.0
    • Storage: up to 4 drives; 2x HDD/SSD (SATA3)+ 1x mSATA (SATA3) + 1x HDD/SSD via ODD bay (SATA2);RAID 0/1
    • Card Reader: 9-in-1 MMC/RSMMC/SD/miniSD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/MS Pro/MS Duo
    • Optical Drive: DVD-RW or Blu Ray-RW; exchangeable with 4th HDD/SDD
    • Webcam: 2M FHD 1920x1080; 30fps; with Samsung HD sensor
    • Audio System: Sound Blaster Cinema; two built-in 2W speakers; built in microphone; S/PDIF Digital Output
    • Connectivity: 1 Gigabit LAN on-board; WLAN and Bluetooth
    • Ports: HDMI 1.4a out; VGA/CRT out; 1x eSATA/USB 3.0; 3x USB 3.0; 1x USB 2.0; S/PDIF; Headphone; Mic; Line-in; RJ45 (LAN)
    • Weight: 2.7kg (5.94lbs)
    • Dimensions WxDxH: 374x250x16.3-42.7mm (14.06x10x0.65-1.71 inch)
     
  2. Rivage

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    Why Eurocom not hire designers?
     
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    Eurocom doesnt make the latops. These press releases seem like they are building the damn things themselves in the garage. The maker of these laptops is the taiwanese firma Clevo.
    Eurocom just gets the barebones and they sell it further.

    Eurocom is like the seller in the market. He buys the melons from depot and sells them in the market. The seller doesnt grow the melons himself, to him its just a merchandise to which it adds a price and sell it further.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clevo

    But people such as yourselv dont have any ideea.
    Firmas suchs as Sager, Eurocom, MySn.de, and a ton of others are exactly the same. They sell the laptops further.

    So if you have a problem with the design, u should take it to clevo.
     
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    Too bad it does not have dedicated fans for the GPU and CPU
     
  5. Rivage

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    cool story
     

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