Still in the market for a gaming laptop?
Subject: Mobile | April 4, 2013 - 08:18 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: Cyberpower, Fangbook X7-200, gaming laptop
If you are one of the few with the money and desire for a gaming laptop you have probably looked at CyberPower as a supplier in the past. They recently updated their Fangbook series and Legit Reviews got a look at the X7-200 model, with a Core i7-3630QM, GeForce GTX 675MX, 16GB of DDR3-1600 and a 60GB Intel 520 SSD for your OS backed up by a WD Scorpio Black 750GB for storage. Thankfully they chose a 1920x1080 panel for this 17.3" screen as 1366 would not live up to the components inside. There are quite a few other extras in this laptop, up to and including a KillerNIC; read the full review for the entire list.
"The fine folks at Cyberpower PC have sent us over one of their latest creations, and truth be told, I'm looking forward to this one! What we have today is the Cyberpower Fangbook X7-200 gaming notebook. The entire Fangbook series features a massive 17.3" screen (1920x1080 HD LED-Backlit), Intel Core i7-3630QM quad-core processors (to start), and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX and GTX 680M graphics. To say that these things are beasts doesn't do them justice. The Fangbook has the different versions to it, each with slightly different specifications and price points. The Fangbook X7-200 that we have in our hands today starts out at $1549..."
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