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The official Ces 2019 laptops

Discussion in 'Laptops & Tablets' started by jonneymendoza, Jan 5, 2019.

  1. MiSJAH

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    I wonder if the prices OcUK had up briefly were accurate? £4.5K for a laptop with a single 2080 seems excessive.
     
  2. Eurofighter

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    Wondering if a laptop with a 1070 and 8gb of RAM would be better than a 2060 lapto with only 6gb.
     
  3. Ayahuasca

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    Hoping we hear something about the Surface Book 3, I'm still on a 1st gen.
     
  4. ak22

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  5. philstanbridge

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    Will be selling my MSI GT73VR for a new model.
     
  6. MiSJAH

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    Just slot in a new MXM GPU....(...I'll get my coat). ;)
     
  7. philstanbridge

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    Hahaha..... Ooops. I trust you'll be going MSI.
     
  8. MiSJAH

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    The GT63 Titan 8SG-027 with 2080 for £2.5K is a cracking deal. But after them MSI lying to all their GT customers previously, I don't think so.

    I'm hoping AORUS produce a AORUS 15 with a 2080, and the AERO with 2080 maybe but Max-Q makes me want to throw up in my mouth.
     
  9. MM-Seat

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    Thunderbolt 3 please
     
  10. Atom80

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    Hi All - range will be live very soon.... as you will see, Jensen Huang CEO @ NVIDIA certainly liked the new "AERO15 Y" withRTX2080 that he presented to the Media during his keynote speech at CES;



    Regards,

    Gigabyte UK NB Team
     
  11. MiSJAH

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    Where's the AORUS news? :eeek:
     
  12. philstanbridge

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    When do the new models make an entrance? Is it around March I can't remember? Need some time to sell this one on and sell some other bits. Massive investment time.
     
  13. Kieran

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  14. aoaaron

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    Is anyone thinking about getting the Alienware 15'' OLED 2080? I have my eye on that as I think having an OLED screen would justify the very expensive laptop price.

    Obviously a bit worried about burn in and IR but DELL are quite good with their warranty and they're actually available in the UK which makes me feel a bit more secure than going down the RazerBlade route.

    I'm also looking for a screen which would be an UPGRADE on my dell XPS. The high refresh rate monitors do entice me, but I feel I could just buy a 144hz 1080p monitor for that at a song, whilst getting an OLED 60hz 4k screen will cost an insane ammount of cash.
     
  15. Atom80

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    Information transferred to OCUK today.... Monday should see everything listed with OCUK :)

    Have a good weekend :)

    Regards,

    Team AORUS
     
  16. aoaaron

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    Then again, the Razerblade looks so god damn sexy. Maybe if Bought from a retailer with an excellent returns/custom support/extended warranty policy, could be tempting?
     
  17. Kieran

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    Nm.
     
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  18. OCdude

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    Clearly he meant customer support
     
  19. philstanbridge

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    Quite liking the look of this one:-

    GS75 NVIDIA RTX 2070, 32GB, 17.3" 144Hz 3ms, Thin Bezel, I7-8750H Gaming Laptop

    However, it's cheaper than similar spec laptops, with less memory and the vanilla 2070, so I'm a bit confused.
     
  20. willhub

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    Some tasty looking laptops I must say,

    Going to have to stop spur of the moment purchases and priorities now and save up, new laptop in 1-2 years, want a good one, RTX2080 or equivalent.