Tuesday, April 23rd 2019

CyberPowerPC Injects Desktop Gaming Horsepower into New Tracer III Laptop PCs

CyberPower Inc., a global manufacturer of custom gaming PCs and gaming laptops today announced a new series of 15 and 17-inch gaming laptops, dubbed Tracer III, which are based on Intel's new 9th Generation i7 mobile processor.

The CyberPowerPC Tracer III series stuffs desktop gaming rig performance into a slim form that measure 15.2" x 10.4" x 1.13" and weighs just 5.5 pounds, with pricing that starts at $1259 for the 15-inch model. The Tracer III 17-inch models have two versions - a turbo and a slim line that starts at $999 and $1269 respectively.
The Tracer III series is compact yet powerful mobile gaming laptop, which is being offered in three base models with many option available to customize your build. Powered by the all new 9th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, it offers a sleek modern aluminum design and packed with high performance components to tackle any game.

Base configurations include:
  • Tracer III 15Z Slim - thin/light laptop design with 144hz refresh screen with new 9th Gen Intel Core i7 mobile processor plus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 Series GPUs (Up to RTX 2060 GPUs)
  • Tracer III 17 Turbo Series - with new 9th Gen Intel Core i7 mobile processor plus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1600 graphics
  • Tracer III 17S Slim - 17-inch thin bezel laptop design with 144hz refresh + 9th Gen Intel Core i7 mobile processor with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 16 Series GPUs (up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPUs)
Even with their light and thin profiles the Tracer III gaming laptops do not sacrifice performance. The Tracer III gaming laptop features an expansive 17.3-inch FHD IPS Non-Reflective display that gets up to 1920x1080 screen resolution and 144Hz refresh rate for crisp and vibrant gaming graphics. All this powered by the NVIDIA GeForce GPU to deliver desktop level gaming experience.
The Tracer III series also features a full size keyboard which includes numeric keys for 10 key operation and zoned RGB back lighting for illuminated game play. All models include a high resolution HD webcam that records ultra-sharp 720p video streams.

The Tracer III series does not skimp on input/outputs. It includes all the I/O of a desktop gaming rig with a HDMI output, which supports an external 2K HD monitor for multi-display performance for high resolution gaming. Connectivity inputs include the all new USB 3.1 Type-C as well as 2 USB 3.1 ports, SDHC card reader, Audio 3.1mm I/O and 1 gigabit Ethernet and Bluetooth 5.0.

Storage options includes 240 GB, 512 GB, or 1 TB M.2 SSD standard with other upgradeable options, 2.1 Digital Surround Sound with stereo speakers, and 16 GBs RAM expandable to 32 GBs DDR4 2400 MHz. Windows 10 Home is pre-loaded on all models.
All Tracer III gaming laptops can be customized with a number of peripherals, monitors, memory and extended warranty options available.
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11 Comments on CyberPowerPC Injects Desktop Gaming Horsepower into New Tracer III Laptop PCs

#1
Durvelle27
Wait I’m confused

Why does the Slim have higher Graphics options than the Turbo

Isn’t the turbo suppose to be the higher tier
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#2
bonehead123
Is that "M2 SSD" an SATA or nvme based drive ?

At the higher price points, I would have expected nvme, as well as 10GB ethernet and AX wireless....

pAsS.....
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#3
robot zombie
...how much horsepower are we talkin? Like, 2? Cuz my lawnmower has more than that and I still cant get a whole lot done with it. Also not the best for gaming...
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#4
king of swag187
More expensive than better Clevo resellers for worse value and no LM repasting, I'm out
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#5
lexluthermiester
bonehead123 said:
Is that "M2 SSD" an SATA or nvme based drive ?

At the higher price points, I would have expected nvme, as well as 10GB ethernet and AX wireless....

pAsS.....
NVME. And would you like some cheese?
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#6
lynx29
king of swag187 said:
More expensive than better Clevo resellers for worse value and no LM repasting, I'm out
NEVER BUY FROM CYBERPOWER PC never ever never ever... I opened a case with them through Better Business Bureau. They are one of the worst companies around and quite frankly I am ashamed at Techpowerup giving them news space. I bought a $1400 GTX 1070 laptop from them when the i7-7820HK launched, literally bought it same day the cpu launched. It was overheating from day 1, 99 celsius and shut downs, and they refused to honor the 30 day return period, they gave me run around week after week and then said sorry 30 days is up. Very shady company. Never again. Shame on TPU for giving them time of day.

@Raevenlord @W1zzard @R-T-B
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bonehead123
lexluthermiester said:
NVME. And would you like some cheese?
ummm.... cheese..... #4 on my top 5 favorite foods list :D

But no, I wasn't whining... just stating my expectations that's all

Is there something wrong with doing that, is it against forum rules or something ?
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king of swag187
lynx29 said:
NEVER BUY FROM CYBERPOWER PC never ever never ever... I opened a case with them through Better Business Bureau. They are one of the worst companies around and quite frankly I am ashamed at Techpowerup giving them news space. I bought a $1400 GTX 1070 laptop from them when the i7-7820HK launched, literally bought it same day the cpu launched. It was overheating from day 1, 99 celsius and shut downs, and they refused to honor the 30 day return period, they gave me run around week after week and then said sorry 30 days is up. Very shady company. Never again. Shame on TPU for giving them time of day.

@Raevenlord @W1zzard @R-T-B
What'd you expect honestly
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lynx29
king of swag187 said:
What'd you expect honestly
people on forumnotebook review website were showing 80-83 celsius for that 7820HK CPU at stock settings. not even undervolted yet. so that is what I was expecting. :/ i just was new to laptop world at the time, so i didn't know who to buy from. shame TPU doesn't know who to buy from either. makes me sad to this corrupt CyberPower company getting free advert on this site we both love.
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king of swag187
It's not really corrupt so much as Clevo making shitty awfully designed laptop coolers and laptops in general and aftermarket vendors not repasting them.
However, its unfortunate that you had to deal with that, I understand what its like to deal with a product thats not as advertised and not being able to return it
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#11
lexluthermiester
bonehead123 said:
Is there something wrong with doing that, is it against forum rules or something ?
No, it just seems needless, but I digress...
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