Haswell infused devices have been coming from behind the screen for the last few days and now Maingear is ready to unveil its newest notebook with Intel fresh silicon: The Pulse 14. Since there is a huge demand in market for gaming devices, we think Maingear has just played the right card to launch such a kind of device which can be configured with three sets of hardware.
The Maingear Pulse 14 basically combines a single laptop pattern offering Intel’s 4th generation core i5 and i7 processors that supply a blend of performance, energy efficiency and portability. It also includes NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760M graphics with 4GB of GDDR5 memory to raise ultimate 3D gaming capabilities. All these features are packed in a 14 inch body with screen resolution of 1600×900 fortitude display.
As far as connectivity is concerned SD card slot, HDMI, VGA, Ethernet and 3 USB ports are available with up to 16GB of RAM. The first two hardware configurations have 8GB while the third having 16GB. Talking about the storage, it varies . the low end configuration has a Seagate 500GB SSHD while the rest two have 1TB HDD with a 32GB SSD costing $1,399 while 16GB of RAM and two 128GB solid state drive will cost $1699.
With the presence of Intel core i7 mobile processor Pulse 14 will deliver magnificent performance and competence that will give gamers just what they need. Good battery life, good visuals will surely be a plus for buying.
Source: Maingear | News Archive