Origin PC EON17-SLX

alaTest hat 23 Testberichte und Kundenbewertungen für Origin PC EON17-SLX zusammengefasst und analysiert. Im Durchschnitt wurde das Produkt mit 4.1/5 bewertet, verglichen mit einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 4.1/5 für andere Produkte. Den Bildschirm und das Design bewerten die Testern positiv, aber sie finden das Preisleistungsverhältnis nicht überzeugend. Über die Energieeffizienz gibt es diverse Meinungen.

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Expertenbewertung von : Matt Smith (digitaltrends.com)

Origin EON17-SLX review

 

Powerful but impractical, the Origin EON17-SLX fits a niche.

The base price of the EON17-SLX is just north of $2,000, but our review unit arrived with a price tag of $3,900, which included a three-year warranty. Without that, you’re looking at about $3,600. Which is a lot. Yet the price doesn’t damage value as...

Jan 2016

Expertenbewertung von : Matthew Buzzi (pcmag.com)

Origin EON17-SLX (2017)

 

The hefty Origin EON17-SLX delivers unparalleled performance for a gaming laptop thanks to SLI graphics and top-end features like a 4K G-Sync display. Just know you'll have to pay big for it.

Laptop-leading performance. Dual GTX 1080 graphics capable of 60fps 4K gaming. Unlocked desktop processor. Myriad port options. A ton of storage space.

Super expensive. Enormous size. 15 pounds with its two power bricks. Very short battery life.

There's no getting around the fact that the EON17-SLX is expensive, but if you're shopping in this price range, you're already prepared to spend big. For nearly $5,000, you're getting appropriate power for the price, with virtually unmatched...

Aug 2017

Expertenbewertung von : Hayden Dingman (pcworld.com)

Origin EON17-SLX review: It sets new records, but calling it a laptop is a stretch

 

Seventeen inches wide. More than 10 pounds of heft. A socketed Core i7 Skylake CPU and a desktop GTX 980 card crammed inside. More graphics horsepower than any laptop we've ever tested. When does a laptop cease to be a laptop? Origin's EON17-SLX might...

Desktop CPU, desktop GPU, desktop performance ; Semi-upgradable, if you're interested

Massive ; Underwhelming screen, considering the price

Packing a socketed desktop Intel CPU and a full desktop GTX 980, Origin's EON17-SLX is barely a "laptop" at all.

Feb 2016

Expertenbewertung von : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Origin PC Eon17-SLX review: A gaming beast that's ready for VR

 

With a desktop processor and graphics card stuffed into a laptop body, this is one of the only laptops that can handle the Oculus Rift.

This is a laptop stuffed with desktop parts, including an overclocked processor and the type of desktop graphics card VR systems such as Oculus Rift require. It's highly configurable, and very powerful.

The generic body is clunky and ugly, especially considering the price. A VR-ready configuration costs a lot. The keyboard, touchpad and display are all merely OK.

The Origin PC Eon17-SLX is very expensive, and none too pretty, but also one of the only gaming laptops with the specialized components needed for VR hardware such as the Oculus Rift.

Feb 2016

Expertenbewertung von (cnet.com)

Origin PC Eon17-SLX 2016

 

Having desktop-level power in a laptop is something PC makers have been chasing for years. There was a time when serious PC gamers laughed at the poor schmoes playing on so-called "gaming laptops." These devices, no matter how heavy and bulky, just...

This is a laptop stuffed with desktop parts, including an overclocked processor and the type of desktop graphics card VR systems such as Oculus Rift require. It's highly configurable, and very powerful.

The generic body is clunky and ugly, especially considering the price. A VR-ready configuration costs a lot. The keyboard, touchpad and display are all merely OK.

The Origin PC Eon17-SLX is very expensive, and none too pretty, but also one of the only gaming laptops with the specialized components needed for VR hardware such as the Oculus Rift.

Feb 2016

Expertenbewertung von : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Origin EON17-SLX: High price and high performance

 

This dual-GPU gaming laptop from Origin PC is powerful, but not pretty.

The ; is a very powerful gaming laptop from a company with killer tech support. Highly flexible configuration options make it easy to build to your budget, and a Thunderbolt port adds a bit of future-proofing.

A top-of-the-line build is still prohibitively expensive, and even with a few new design tweaks, the chassis can't compare with custom designs from the major PC makers.

Cramming the most high-end parts into a massive 17-inch body will top $4,000, but you also get a powerful laptop that has more next-gen gaming muscle than any living-room console.

Mär 2014

Editor's Choice

Expertenbewertung von : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Origin EON17-SLX (2014)

 

The Origin EON17-SLX is a powerful gaming laptop, and while it's not perfect, the flaws are easily overlooked.

Powerful Intel Extreme Core i7-4930MX processor. Dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M graphics. Spacious, speedy storage.

Odd touch pad design. Short battery life.

Conclusion While running down the list of components and specs would make the Origin EON17-SLX (2014) look like simply a refresh of last year's model, the new iteration gets more than a new coat of paint, thanks to an Intel Extreme Core i7 processor...

Feb 2014

Expertenbewertung von (cnet.com)

Origin EON17-SLX 2013

 

The first round consisted of smaller, more portable systems, such as the Origin PC EON13-S , Maingear Pulse 14 , and Alienware 14 . More recently, we've reviewed 17-inch and 18-inch models from Alienware, with the Alienware 18 as the new gold standard,...

The Origin PC EON17-SLX is a very powerful gaming laptop from a company with killer tech support. Highly flexible configuration options make it easy to build to your budget, and a Thunderbolt port adds a bit of future-proofing.

A top-of-the-line build is still prohibitively expensive, and even with a few new design tweaks, the chassis can't compare with custom designs from the major PC makers.

Cramming the most high-end parts into a massive 17-inch body will top $4,000, but you also get a powerful laptop that has more next-gen gaming muscle than any living-room console.

Nov 2013

Expertenbewertung von : Dan Ackerman (cnet.com)

Does Windows 8 help the Origin EON17-SLX gaming laptop?

 

Along with overclocked components, you can now add a new OS to this $4,500 game machine.

The insanely powerful ; can easily handle any PC game, and is configurable enough to fit many budgets. Service and support are stellar.

The generic-looking off-the-shelf body isn't becoming in a $4,000 laptop; Windows 8 feels odd without a touch screen.

No one puts together custom high-end gaming laptops, including this desktop-busting 17-inch EON17-SLX, better than Origin, but you'll pay for that expertise.

Apr 2013

Editor's Choice!

Expertenbewertung von : Brian Westover (pcmag.com)

Origin EON17-SLX

 

When financial limits are tossed to the wind, you'll find laptops that offer higher-than-high-end components, opting for absurdly powerful processors instead of the slimmer, battery-friendly CPUs used elsewhere. You'll get not one, but two discrete...

Overclocked quad-core processor. SLI graphics. Giant, fast storage. Customizable keyboard lighting. Windows 8

Crazy-expensive. Delicate 4-pin power jack

The Origin EON17-SLX high-end gaming laptop has the latest and best of everything, from an overclocked quad-core processor to SLI graphics. It's a mean machine, but it costs serious green.

Jan 2013