Maingear has announced the launch of a new gaming laptop to its range in the form of the Maingear Pulse 14 which can be equipped with a choice of Intel’s 4th Generation Core Haswell processors.
As well as being powered by Intel Haswell processors the Maingear Pulse 14 range also sport NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M graphics with up to 16GB of GDDR5, and can be fitted with solid state disks (SSD) offering up to 960GB in storage via RAID 0 arrays.
“Not only is the Pulse 14 powerful and efficient on the inside, but MAINGEAR offers the very best in optional automotive paint finish in a variety of colors that are hand painted for flawless perfection all around. The only boutique manufacturer to own and operate its own automotive spray-booth; MAINGEAR PCs receive the same Glasurit paint found on the world’s supercars.“
Prices for the new Maingear Pulse 14 gaming laptop start at $1,299 and rise up to $1,699 for a system with two 128GB SSD drives in Raid 0 combined with a 1TB hard drive.
Source: Hot HardwareFiled Under: Hardware, Laptops