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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 08:59

Eurocom announces Haswell gaming beasts

Written by Fudzilla staff



Nvidia graphics in tow

Maker of steroid laden desktop replacements Eurocom is gearing up to refresh its range with the addition of new Haswell processors. 

The first models to get Haswell chips are the 15.6-inch Racer and Shark, followed by 17.3-inch Neptune and Scorpius notebooks. All will be equipped with 1080p IPS displays and 3D displays and multiple storage options. AMD fans won’t be thrilled to hear that there won’t be any Radeons in the mix. Eurocom is still pursuing its Nvidia-only approach.

There is still no word on pricing or availability, but Eurocom is an enthusiast premium brand, so don’t expect them to come cheap.

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