Wednesday, July 10th 2013

Digital Storm Unveils the 13.3-Inch VELOCE Gaming Notebook

Digital Storm today unveiled VELOCE, a slim 13.3" gaming notebook that packs a serious punch. Despite weighing in at a mere 4.6 pounds (including battery) and only 1.26 inches thick, the portable VELOCE is ready to do battle anytime, anywhere.

"VELOCE is the gaming notebook the industry has been waiting for," said Rajeev Kuruppu, Digital Storm's Director of Product Development. "The notebook strikes the optimal balance of power and portability without sacrificing gaming performance and is the first Haswell based slim gaming notebook to offer a stunning full 1080 HD display."

Starting at $1,535, VELOCE is aggressively priced despite boasting a payload superior to any other gaming notebook in its class. Armed with an Intel Core i7 4800MQ processor, NVIDIA's GTX 765M graphics card, 8 GB of memory and a full high-resolution HD screen (1920x1080) 13.3" display, VELOCE's comes well equipped despite its slim, portable design.

VELOCE's aggressive aesthetic matches its powerful configuration, with Digital Storm's signature finish featuring a blood red logo slicing across the notebook's black top cover. A cold silver and grey interior surrounds the backlit keyboard.

Other key features include room for two storage drives (mSATA & 2.5") with RAID capability, a dedicated internal network port, SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports, HDMI 1.4, VGA video out ports and Bluetooth connectivity.

VELOCE will be available on July 17th at: http://www.digitalstormonline.com/gaming-laptops.asp

Digital Storm VELOCE Technical Specifications:
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4 Comments on Digital Storm Unveils the 13.3-Inch VELOCE Gaming Notebook

#1
TheinsanegamerN
sounds great, but way overpriced. the xotic pc version starts at $1050 with the same hardware.
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#2
Jorge
Over-priced and it has a worthless Intel APU and Nvidia GPU. You would need to work really, really hard to build a worse, more expensive laptop mistake.
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#3
Aegrum
So it's a Clevo W230ST at a $300 price premium over what XoticPC is selling it for... aggressively priced... rofl... that's some expensive decals.
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#4
Katanai
Jorge said:
Over-priced and it has a worthless Intel APU and Nvidia GPU. You would need to work really, really hard to build a worse, more expensive laptop mistake.
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