OCZ goes with DIY laptops
Subject: Mobile | August 26, 2008 - 01:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
One segment of the market that just hasn't grown the way enthusiasts would like is the ability to make your own laptop. The 15" laptop chassis that OZC provides is fairly customizable, except for one small component. You are stuck with a 8600M GT as your graphics chip, that is not customizable. Check out the full deal at PC Mechanic.
"If you usually build your own desktop PC, you may have toyed with the idea of building your own laptop? Unfortunately, laptop
barebones are quite hard to get by, unless you put out an order for a few thousand from your favorite ODM. OCZ is looking to
change this, by letting you customize – and build – your own 15-inch gaming laptop."
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