Maingear launches a 15-inch Nomad gaming laptop

Maingear keeps tempting gamers with new kinds of gaming gear. Today, the Kenilworth, N.J.-based PC builder is launching its Nomad 15 gaming laptop.

maingear nomad 15 2The launch comes after Maingear debuted its Nomad 17 gaming laptop in September. The new laptop has Intel’s Core i7 mobile processors and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 670MX, 675MX, and 680M graphics.

In its press release, Maingear says you’ll “dominate with mobile destruction” with this laptop. Gamers can overclock it with the touch of a button, gaining an 8 percent boost in performance. The Intel chips are quad-core processors that run up to 3.8 gigahertz. The machine supports up to 32 gigabytes of DDR3 main memory. It also has flash memory storage (up to 512 gigabytes) for faster boot time.

The system works with Killer Networks’ DoubleShot technology for boosting web performance. The machine also has a single omnidirectional blower fan and dual heat pipe and heat sink system. It has a backlit keyboard, a high-definition 1080p 15-inch matte display, and all sorts of ports. The company offers hand-done, premium automotive paint jobs.

“Hot new colors, sleek design, top-of-the-line mobile parts — the Nomad 15 is one of the best 15-inch mobile gaming units we have launched to date,” said Wallace Santos, the chief executive and founder of Maingear. “Those points, along with a great entry-level price, will make this gaming system a no-brainer choice for anyone looking to hop from console gaming to PC gaming.”

Maingear says pricing starts at $1,549.

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