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MECH-15 G2 - Silm & Light Gaming Laptop (500GB SSD, 16GB RAM, RTX 2070 Max-Q, 144Hz Display) $1,499.95

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Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-8750H Hexa Core (2.2-4.10GHz TurboBoost, 9MB L3 Cache)
Core Logic: Mobile Intel® HM370 Express Chipset
RAM: 16GB 2666MHz (2 Dimm)
Display Options: 15.6" Narrow Bezel 144Hz Full HD IPS 72% NTSC Anti-Glare Display (1920 x 1080)
Graphics Card: 8GB GDDR6 NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2070 Max-Q
M.2 SATA or PCIe SSD Drive: 500GB Ultra Performance NVMe PCIe SSD
Secondary M.2 SATA or PCIe SSD Drive: Empty
Wireless: Intel Dual-Band Wireless-AC 9560 2x2 + Bluetooth 4.2
Keyboard: Premium full size NKRO (N-Key Rollover) mechanical per-key RGB backlit gaming keyboard with anti-ghosting, 10-key numeric keypad & removable key caps. This is the thinnest laptop in the industry with a mechanical keyboard!
Gunmetal Gray: This color will match the rest of your chassis.
Black: Adds a black accent to your gunmetal chassis. This color will match the mechanical keyboard. (*As pictured)
Webcam: HD Webcam and Array Mic
Ports: 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 3.1 Type-C, 1 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI x 2.0, 2 Mini DisplayPort v1.4, 4-In-1 Card Reader, Gigabit Ethernet RJ45, Audio out & Mic In, Kensington Lock slot
Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio

Power Adapter: 150 Watt AC Adapter

Battery: 4-Cell 62.36Wh Polymer
Product Dimensions: 14.13" x 9.29" x 0.86"
Weight: Starting at 4.4lbs



Warranty: 1 Year Eluktronics Limited**

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Overall similar specs to the 17" deal posted yeah?
Just a Max Q graphics card in this one? This one also being $100 cheaper.
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Overall similar specs to the 17" deal posted yeah?
Just a Max Q graphics card in this one? This one also being $100 cheaper.

I imagine this is the 80 watt version of the max q and not the 90 watt given the chassis.
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Review of this chassis with a 2070 max q:

https://youtu.be/nhIk2mY1BzY
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it doesn't have HDD?
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it doesn't have HDD?
500 gb nvme
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it doesn't have HDD?

Why would you want a HDD? It does have two m.2 NVME slots though. You give up the 2.5" bay for the larger battery.
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it doesn't have HDD?
That is why 62 whr battery. Sacrifice battery if you want to have HDD
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That's a steal. I have the 1070 version here. It's the same chassis (I believe) as the Overpowered laptops that have been sold by WalMart on SD real heavily. Power cord plugs into the back which if you have never had is amazing for laptops. My last one had that and I am on year 4 without messed up power ports when historically I ruined side mounted ones yearly.

I personally hated the keyboard and it typed poorly FOR ME, Girlfriend loves it so it's hers. Screen is just gorgeous assuming it hasn't been updated, thermals are fine and the build quality feels good and stiff.
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In a video of the 17 inch version they reviewer says the panel has a 42 ms response time. Is that true for this one?
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In a video of the 17 inch version they reviewer says the panel has a 42 ms response time. Is that true for this one?
from amazon page:
Q: a review said the refresh rate is 30ms. can you confirm the refresh rate?
A: The review was incorrect. The response rate of the panel is typically 9ms.

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In a video of the 17 inch version they reviewer says the panel has a 42 ms response time. Is that true for this one?

If you read the comments, you will see that the response time is 9ms for the 17".
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Same chassis as the Overpowered 15" that was so populapar over the winter. The overall feel is great, but the keyboard takes getting used to. I think the action of the keys is great, but the layout is unusual. Even having used it for months now, every time I switch from another computer I accidentally miss keys on the right side of this keyboard. The compressed layout combined with the trackpad that is not centered to the qwerty keys can take getting used to, so be aware. Other than that it's a great design (and even the keyboard layout is good once you adjust).
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Same chassis as the Overpowered 15" that was so populapar over the winter. The overall feel is great, but the keyboard takes getting used to. I think the action of the keys is great, but the layout is unusual. Even having used it for months now, every time I switch from another computer I accidentally miss keys on the right side of this keyboard. The compressed layout combined with the trackpad that is not centered to the qwerty keys can take getting used to, so be aware. Other than that it's a great design (and even the keyboard layout is good once you adjust).
I bought the same chassis with a 8750 and 1060 for $800 (OP from Walmart). Returned it because of the keyboard. Unusable.
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What's the estimated battery life time wise.
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