Not only does Schenker Technologies present an even faster version of the XMG Neo 17 with GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q at Gamescom, but it also offers a perspective on a new slim laptop for XMG family games at age 15, 6 inch format. Local visitors should be able to see the new series for the first time.
The curtain opens for a new slim laptop (XMG), in part
In the press release for the Schenker fair, it wraps up the 15.6 inch line of laptops, shown as part of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege of Ubisoft GSA Nationals 2019, still in smoke. However, event visitors are invited to take a look at the relatively flat laptop (player) with XMG genes, which is 356 × 234 × 20 mm (W × D × H) in size before the official market launch at mid September. Interested parties should also have the opportunity to test the notebook thoroughly.
With 94 Wh battery only weighing 1, 85 kilograms
The new slim model is, only according to Schenker 1, weighs 85 kg and offers a battery that turns out to be large with 94 watts per hour for the device class. The one with 2.5 Kilogram for a laptop with a comparatively lightweight powerful XMG Neo 17 hardware player has built energy storage with only 46 watt hours. The housing uses an AZ91D magnesium alloy and features an RGB backlit opto-mechanical keyboard and silent switches, already installed in the Schenker XMG Neo family. There are no more technical details. The result is the new slim laptop in cooperation with Intel.
XMG Neo 17 receives the high-end Turing RTX 2080 Max-Q
It becomes even more technically concrete in a new version: for the XMG Neo 17 gaming laptop with 17.3 inch 144 Hz screen and Intel Core i7-9750H is now the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q as the new fastest GPU to choose. Previously, the GeForce RTX 2070 phone was over. At the end of September the first orders must be delivered.
The XMG Neo 17 starts in the standard configuration 1,449 euros. The surcharge compared to the base with GeForce GTX 1660 Ti mobile estimates Schenker with 895 euros. The GeForce RTX 2070 now available costs 431 euros extra.
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