Eluktronics MAG-15 15.6" 144Hz Gaming Laptop

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  1. B0B

    B0B Notebook Deity

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    IMG_2623.JPG IMG_2627.JPG IMG_2628.JPG IMG_2629.JPG IMG_2633.JPG This should compete nicely with the thin and lights featuring a proper battery.

    I’ll have more details here as well as a review of my own in the near future!

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





    Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-9750H Hexa Core (2.6-4.50GHz TurboBoost, 12MB L3 Cache)

    Core Logic: Mobile Intel® HM370 Express Chipset

    Display: 15.6" Narrow Bezel 144Hz Full HD IPS 72% NTSC Anti-Glare Display (1920 x 1080)

    Graphics Card Options:

    • 6GB GDDR6 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1660 Ti
    • 8GB GDDR6 VRAM NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2070 Max-Q
    Memory & Storage Configuration Options:

    • 512GB Intel 660P + 16GB DDR4 2666MHz (2 Dimm)
    • 1TB Intel 660P + 32GB DDR4 2666MHz (2 Dimm)
    • 2TB Intel 660P + 64GB DDR4 2666MHz (2 Dimm)
    Optane: Optional Intel Optane Support

    Optical Drive: N/A

    Wireless: Intel® WiFi 6 AX200 & Bluetooth 5.0

    Keyboard: Premium full size NKRO (N-Key Rollover) mechanical per-key RGB backlit gaming keyboard with anti-ghosting and 2.0mm travel

    Light Bar: Customizable RGB Light Bar

    Pointing (internal mouse): Glass Microsoft Precision (PTP) Touchpad with multi-gesture and scrolling function

    Webcam: IR Webcam with Windows Hello Support and dual digital microphones

    Ports: 1 Thunderbolt 3 Port, 1 HDMI x 2.0, 1 USB 3.1 (Gen 2), 2 USB 3.1 (Gen 1), 4-In-1 Card Reader, Gigabit Ethernet RJ45, Audio out & Mic In, Kensington Lock slot

    Audio: Realtek High Definition Audio

    Power Adapter: 230 Watt AC Adapter

    Battery: 6-Cell 94Whr Polymer

    Product Dimensions: 14.03" x 9.19" x 0.80"

    Weight: 1.88kg / 4.15lbs (fully configured)

    Color & Composition: Black - Magnesium Alloy

    Warranty: 1 Year Eluktronics Limited**
     
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  2. Tristram13

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    I'm mildy worried about the chasis stability, watching dave's video you can see the laptop flex as he moves it about.
     
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    Wish this was announced sooner. I went with a MBP to hit the near 4lbs mark. There was nothing out there except the MSI GS65 8th gen and the flipped mobo was a non-starter for me.

    I hope more manufactures take its approach. All the current thin and light laptops are nearly 5lb. Lots of thin but not so light.
     
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    I just realized Dave did the whole video with no screws in the bottom so he could access the inside, that may be the reason why it flexes.


    Hopefully...
     
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    That’s a huge deal actually. I’ve had the screws out of the Aero 15 for weeks till I had the time to make some internal changes. When I took some compressed air to the keyboard and internals the flex was very evident when holding the chassis with one hand at it’s corner.

    Good eye!
     
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  6. TheUberMedic

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    Strange, there's no RTX 2060 version. Also, I wonder if the Elukboost works the same way as in the Mech lineup. Not to mention, since this was designed with Intel, would other resellers get this feature like XMG?
     
  7. Tristram13

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    Usually the aero 15 is known for its solid build, so the flex on the mag-15 is probably a non-issue. Thanks Bob.

    Do you think those ridiculously good temps are from liquid metal? Being as its from eluktronics?
     
  8. Shere Khaan

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    In the review above the cpu was already undervolted plus good thermal design and who knows about the paste.
     
  9. vs40

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    Very interesting chassis.
    With regular scissors style keyboard it will be just perfect for me.

    @XMG do you planning to sell this chassis in Germany?
     
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  10. Arondel

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    There's an earlier thread discussing "The New XMG".
    I think it would be best to centralize everything into one vendor-neutral thread for easier reference (having the "generic" model/chassis designation would certainly help).
     
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