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Eluktronics MAX-15 Slim & Ultra Light Notebook PC: Intel i7-9750H NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Max-P Graphics Card - $1249.91 Shipped

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Eluktronics via Newegg [newegg.com] has the Eluktronics MAX-15 Slim & Ultra Light Notebook PC: Intel i7-9750H NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Max-P Graphics Card 144Hz FHD IPS 256GB NVMe SSD + 8GB RAM on sale for $1249.91 Shipped.

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  • Comprised of magnesium alloy to be the lightest and first 15.6" gaming notebook in the world to weigh under four pounds!
  • 9th Generation Intel Core i7-9750H 6-Core Processor (Up to 4.5GHz); Windows 10 Home 64 Bit (Clean Install, No Bloatware)
  • 6GB GDDR6 VRAM NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Max-P Graphics (TDP: 80~115W with EluktroBoost Technology); 8GB DDR4 RAM & 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • 15.6" Full HD (1920 x 1080) LED-backlit IPS 144Hz Refresh Rate Display; Two Mini DisplayPorts; HDMI 2.0b Port; RGB Backlit Membrane Keyboard; Glass Precision Touchpad; 62WHr Battery
https://www.newegg.com/p/2WC-000M...8S1B9P3763

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070/ 8 GB version available for $1,449.91:https://www.newegg.com/p/2WC-000M...8S1B9P3765
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The problem with thin gaming laptops is that you end up paying anywhere between $150-300 extra. Most of us would rather save that money and get a regular size.
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The problem with thin gaming laptops is that you end up paying anywhere between $150-300 extra. Most of us would rather save that money and get a regular size.
Not to mention the inevitable thermal throttling from the compromises the thinness requires
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Not to mention the inevitable thermal throttling from the compromises the thinness requires
You also end up with weaker graphics cards like this one. The regular mobile 2060 is more powerful but can't fit in a thin laptop like this one.
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You also end up with weaker graphics cards like this one. The regular mobile 2060 is more powerful but can't fit in a thin laptop like this one.
You sure about that? The description above states RTX 2060 MAX-P which should be the same as the desktop card.

Description from Newegg: Graphics Card: 6GB GDDR6 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2060 Max-P
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The problem with thin gaming laptops is that you end up paying anywhere between $150-300 extra. Most of us would rather save that money and get a regular size.
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You also end up with weaker graphics cards like this one. The regular mobile 2060 is more powerful but can't fit in a thin laptop like this one.
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Not to mention the inevitable thermal throttling from the compromises the thinness requires
This laptop (and most that Euktronics sells) are designed by Tongfang and if you took the time to research before making erroneous comments, you'd see that these are indeed well designed, thermally, and don't throttle. The 17.3" MECH-17 is also a Tongfang design and is thin and thermally very good. Full 2060, i7-9750H, etc.

So, while there are some poorly designed thin laptops, don't say you can't put a full mobile 2060 in a thin laptop and still have good thermals, because you can.

Also, since it is a design shared by other manufacturers, Walmart has the EVOO brand that shares the same design is very competitive. Check out the 17.3" version that was well-equipped and going for $999 in January.
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Woops I was actually thinking of the max q variants of the 2070 and 2080. The 2060 only has one you are correct about that but it is not the same as the desktop version.
Wrong. There are MAX-Q variants of the 2060. The MAX-P is a normal mobile 2060.
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Wrong. There are MAX-Q variants of the 2060. The MAX-P is a normal mobile 2060.
All the articles I read were old after checking again you are correct. But 8 gig ram and only 256gb sdd? 🤮 They sold one at Costco for $1200 with 16gb and 512gb. Same processor and gpu plus 17 inch screen.
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All the articles I read were old after checking again you are correct. But 8 gig ram and only 256gb sdd? 🤮 They sold one at Costco for $1200 with 16gb and 512gb. Same processor and gpu plus 17 inch screen.
I never said it was a great deal! I agree, it should be 16GB or 512GB SSD, etc. There are better deals to be had. But Euktronics is a bit higher priced on all their models.
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This laptop (and most that Euktronics sells) are designed by Tongfang and if you took the time to research before making erroneous comments, you'd see that these are indeed well designed, thermally, and don't throttle. The 17.3" MECH-17 is also a Tongfang design and is thin and thermally very good. Full 2060, i7-9750H, etc.

So, while there are some poorly designed thin laptops, don't say you can't put a full mobile 2060 in a thin laptop and still have good thermals, because you can.

Also, since it is a design shared by other manufacturers, Walmart has the EVOO brand that shares the same design is very competitive. Check out the 17.3" version that was well-equipped and going for $999 in January.
indeed
smh when people make comments about something without doing prior research
https://youtu.be/SKQctDzQZrQ?t=557
this can handle the 9750H at 47w (with a cooling pad or just raise the rear a bit to allow airflow at the bottom) and the 2070 at 114w during a very heavy stresstest, which is far better than many chunkier laptops from the likes of asus, hp, etc.
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Max-Q, Newegg, not Max-P
Uhh can you provide source where you found its a max-q and not max-p?

According to Eluktronics own website its a 2060 max-p as the max 15 model does not offer a 2060 max q variant.

https://www.eluktronics.com/MAX-15
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