Sunday, November 8th 2015

Origin PC Launches EVO15-S Gaming Notebook

ORIGIN PC launches Intel's latest "Skylake" i7-6700HQ mobile processor in their line of EVO15-S thin and light laptops for gamers, artists, professionals and enthusiasts. The new Intel Core i7-6700HQ mobile processor features enhanced Intel Turbo Boost Technology and Intel Hyper-Threading Technology to optimize your workflow, increase productivity, and offers the best mobile gaming experience in its class.

Weighing in at a mere 4.36 lbs and measuring only .78 inches thick, the new EVO15-S is the perfect laptop to take with you anywhere to game, stream, and/or work on the go.
The New EVO15-S High-Performance Thin and Light Features:
  • 6th Generation Intel Core i7-6700HQ Processor
  • 15.6" Full HD, anti-glare eDP Wide View Angle Display (1920x1080; 16:9) or an Optional (3840*2160) 4K eDP Wide View Angle Display
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970M 6GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • Matrix Multi-Monitor Display Support for up to Three External Displays
  • Multi-Colored Backlit keyboard with Anti-ghosting Keys
  • 256GB SSD m.2 (PCIe GEN 3x4 NVMe ) + 1TB 7200RPM Storage Drive
  • 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 2133MHz Memory
  • Killer E2400 Game Networking
  • USB 3.1 Type-C (1) (connect two 4K 60Hz display with type-c port & support for 15W(5V/3A) power delivery to charge most mobile devices)
  • Custom Paint or Laser Etching
  • Free Lifetime 24/7 Phone Support Based in the U.S.
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11 Comments on Origin PC Launches EVO15-S Gaming Notebook

#2
pat-roner
Finally.

Don't mess it up with shitty buildquality and terrible materials.
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#3
Dammeron
Would be glad to see such setup, but with GTX950. And, as said above, the major concern is the build quality.

(wish they would provide dedicated GPU on/off hardware switch - much like the one in lenovo y570. It was the best thing ever - set the GPU always for max power, keep it turned off and switch it on only when You need it)
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#4
64K
I'm probably in the minority but when I buy a laptop for gaming being thin and light weight isn't a priority because it usually means a smaller battery too and less time gaming before needing to recharge.
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#5
pat-roner
64K
I'm probably in the minority but when I buy a laptop for gaming being thin and light weight isn't a priority because it usually means a smaller battery too and less time gaming before needing to recharge.
Nah, I just think theres more types of people.

I really like the option to be able to game on my laptop, but portability is more important, since I travel a lot.
And use my laptop for work.

But theres also you that (as I believe) are a more HC gamer, and the I get your point.
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#6
Katanai
I don't know why there is such negativity in the comments. This looks like a really nice laptop. I don't think that Origin are known for bad quality products or anything and a "gaming" laptop can be used for more than gaming. Anyone one that wants a true laptop and also needs a decent video card could use this. I don't know about the battery life though, that might be a problem.
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#7
night.fox
I have a month old gaming laptop. Sure its expensive and that amount of money I could build a more powerful deskptop. But nothings beats the portability of this gaming laptops. as for heat during gaming, why would you put in your laptop during gaming? I'd rather put in in table and sit comfortably.

Getting back to topic above, the layout reminds me of the MSI GS70 series.

Power button is in the same location and size is almost exactly same
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#8
P4-630
Because it's so flat it just must have poor cooling to cool down this high end hardware, thats why I say it's a toaster.
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#9
Dammeron
pat-roner
I really like the option to be able to game on my laptop, but portability is more important, since I travel a lot.
And use my laptop for work.
Exactly, the same is with me. For major gaming i have a PC, but it would be really nice to have a portable laptop (full keyboard is a necessity) that can handle some games, but is mainly used for work.
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#10
Teiji
Nice spec! Now if they have Dell's near-borderless display, then it would be perfect. One can only dream. :p

This should be at least $2000 I'm assuming?
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