…except for the ultra-portable market.
Eurocom's Q5 Max-Q gaming laptop promises fast performance in an attractive package. We put it through its paces in our lab.
Equipped with a Core i7-7700K processor and a GTX 1080, the Eurocom Tornado F5 hopes to blow away the high-end laptop competition.
Strong laptops need powerful power bricks, and Eurocom's new AC/DC adapter is able to offer up to 780W of power, which will be enough for every laptop out there.
There's a good chance that Eurocom's Panther 5D notebook is faster than your desktop. The sample we're reviewing sports a six-core Core i7-3970X, two GeForce GTX 680M modules in SLI, 32 GB of DDR3-1600, and three 256 GB SSDs. Talk about a beast!
Eurocom’s latest additions to its range of mobile workstations offer a 17.3” display and almost unrivaled processing power in a relatively compact and lightweight package.
Are you tired of gaming notebooks that have to be tethered to a power outlet? We test Eurocom’s Racer 2.0 to see if its combination of a 22 nm Intel-based CPU and 28 nm graphics processor from Nvidia can help enable playable performance on the road.
Sporting awesome gaming performance and low power draw, the only thing missing from our previous Radeon HD 6990M benchmarks was an efficient, portable package. Eurocom addresses that with its mid-sized Racer. But can the smaller notebook keep pace?
A flagship graphics launch is bound to fail unless it's the fastest game in town. Well, both AMD and Nvidia say their respective juggernauts have that title. Clearly, only one company can be right. Is the Radeon HD 6990M or GeForce GTX 580M quicker?
AMD’s Mobility Radeon HD 6970 in CrossFire mode forges ahead in mobile gaming with stunning “Full HD” 3D performance. But can it stand up to Nvidia’s high-end GeForce GTX 470M and 480M in SLI? Eurocom's 17.3” Panther 2.0 gives us its answer.