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BTO 17CL63 Review – ‘Portable Desktop’ with ditto performance
Imagine that money is no object and you can create your own ultimate gaming laptop. How would that look? Chances are that you end up with a system with a GTX 980M graphics card, a memory ditch, smooth and naturally smooth SSD processor. In BTO they have built such a laptop and they are one step further. Indeed, there is not selected for a regular laptop processor, but for a full-fledged Core i7-4790S desktop processor. That unconventional hardware combination names we naturally like under the microscope.The appearance of the BTO 17CL63 gives a tight and some business impression. BTO buy, as usual, the barebone laptops in at Clevo. In this case, it provides for the P771ZM model that space to a mxm graphics and a desktop processor. Such hardware, of course, needs the space, not in the least for the cooling of the components, and therefore the case is rather clumsy inoperative. At the bottom, the edges still ‘in’, making the laptop looks smaller than it is.
In material BTO has made no particular daring choices, you’ll find anywhere namely black plastic on. The plastic around the keyboard, and at the back of the screen is of the type of that which “rubbery” feel. This forms a comfortable surface for your wrists and palms, but is sensitive to fingerprints and smudges. The remainder of the housing, which is made of ordinary hard, black plastic, gives a strong impression. Well it should, given the weight of almost four kilograms.
Keyboard and Touchpad
For portability, the high weight is a disadvantage, but it’s the typing pleasure or benefit. The keyboard has curved keys that have some significant travel. The keys have a clear feedback and by the solid and heavy case you lot carry on the keyboard without the laptop gives shrinkage.Viewing:-287
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