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Eurocom Ships its 13.3-inch M3 Gaming Supernotebook

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  1. btarunr

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    Eurocom has added another layer of upgradeability to the 13.3" EUROCOM M3 by adding the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 wireless card to the long list of available customization options. "The EUROCOM M3, super powerful and ultraportable notebook is reaching a new level performance with the introduction of the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 wireless card" Mark Bialic, Eurocom President.

    When ordering a EUROCOM M3, customers have the ability to select the processor, memory, storage, operating system and seven different wireless cards of their choice, to ensure the customer gets the exact notebook they want. Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 has a 2x2 antenna setup and supports 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands, delivering 300Mbit for 802.11n and 867 Mbits for 802.11ac networks. The 802.11ac uses 80 MHz channels, while 802.11n uses 20 MHz or 40 MHz. Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 comes with Bluetooth 4.0 support as well.

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    Powered by NVIDIA GeForce GTX 765M graphics with 2 GB GDDR5 memory, the EUROCOM M3 has 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 graphics performance when you want it and long battery life when you don't. Weighing just two kilograms and being an 1.2 inches 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.

    Powered by a full line of 4th Generation Intel Core i7 processors on the, HM 87 Express chipset, utilizing the Intel HM87 Express Chipset including: Intel Core i7-4930MX with 4 cores and 8 threads running at 3.00 GHz with 8 MB L3 cache, Intel Core i7-4900MQ, Intel Core i7-4800MQ and Intel Core i7-4700MQ. The M3 is equipped with a beautiful 13.3-inch full HD 1920 x 1080 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. 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. Up to 16 GB DDR3-1600 memory is supported via two slots.

    For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    I worry about overheating when i see this laptop.
     
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    A laptop with GTX 765M is not exactly a supergaming laptop, if it can barely run the latest games at low on 1080p....Super is just the price :(
     
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    i have a clevo clevo we110er with a gt 650m and has no temperature problems, I think it clevo works well Cooling Part unlike other brands

    i going to buy this new model
     
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    Yea, the GTX 765M is GK-106 feasibly being termed as "upper mid-range". It can offer 1080p, but newer/upcoming titles will necessitate lowering details. And it surely going to be a feat to dissipate the 60-70W they’re are assumed to expend.

    I'd like to see this against Intel i7-4950HQ with Iris Pro 5200. I know the Iris 5200 would get beat in game play and in price (because Intel isn't giving them away at this time); however it probably not that much of a blowout when the power is factored in. I’d foresee in the next year-and-half Nvidia will absolutely need to step-up their game for this level of product or there won't be much if any market useless they price aggressively, along with significantly dropping TDP/heat. On-die-graphic solutions will quickly being seen as the right move especially in such mini laptops.
     
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    clevo we110er has different parts - Less powerful GPU and CPU though you can customise it and spec it with an i7 3630QM. the WE110ER is also 11.6 form factor and not 13.3
     
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    My point was that clevo has better cooling system than other brands

    this is my ride
    W110ER i7-3630QM 16GB SAMSUNG 840 500GB 2GB NVIDIA GT 650M
     
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    Kind of a moot point as Eurocom as well as other boutique & non-boutique OEM laptop manufacturers use Clevo Chassis's for quite a few of their laptops - ACER, DELL and HP did at one point in time but im not sure about now. the Cooling system's will more or less be all the same unless its a bigger laptop.

    Theres actually a 'big craze' going around with gaming capable 11.6-13" laptops Eurocom arent the first to release a 13.3" gaming laptop Underneath the hood though the general layout is the same, the only difference is the brand name
     
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    The GTX 765M is the equivalent of a 650Ti slightly underclocked. The 650Ti can handle modern games on medium@1080p, there is even room for som AA. In fact I just built a budget rig for my friend with a 650Ti and he plays Battlefield 3 on medium@1080p with 4xAA and it is totally smooth.

    I would say for a 13.3" laptop that is pretty super...
     
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    The major differance in this small of laptop is what goes first the battery, or your (or others) ability to withstand the output of heat...
     
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    The card yes, but you forgot the processor and RAM, which are way slower than the desktop ones....
     
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    No I didn't. The i7-4930MX is a 4-Core Hyperthreaded CPU running at 3.0GHz and boosting to 3.9GHz, thats better than a i5-4670 and how many people build gaming PCs with that processor as the base? Alot. And the 4900MQ is not slouch either with 4-Core+HT and 2.8GHz/3.8GHz Boost. Thats plenty for 1080p gaming, and hardly "way slower" than the desktop parts.

    And the RAM is pretty much the same as desktop RAM. DDR3-1600 CL9, perfectly fine for gaming.
     
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    Who buys a $210 CPU and pairs it with a $100 graphics card and imagine it acceptable balance for desktop gaming machine right today?

    I see that logic holding true for this laptop. And why at least for me see it as a bad long term purchase. Little or limited performance today, and no other graphics upgrade out there today. Perhaps there would be an upgrade once Maxwell mobile parts show, but that is a ways off and not a complete sure thing either based against the cooling solution and smaller chassis.

    I suppose I look at too logical and that why gaming laptops have never held much allure to me.
     
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    I agree, I'm just saying the power is there to play modern games and for a 13.3" laptop this is pretty much the best of the best specs wise.
     
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    I'm curious how is the performance compared with an AMD A10+8970M ?? This config is a lot cheaper than the intel/nvidia from this laptop...
     
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    You go right ahead and try to find a 13.3" laptop with an A10 and a 8970M. When you find one, we'll talk about how the prices compare.
     
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