New gaming laptop launched by Cyberpower

The manufacturer has named the computer Fang Taipan and customers have plenty of choice when it comes to equipping the device, Toms Hardware reports.
Individuals can add two Nvidia GPUs, Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors and extra memory as they look to make the laptop compatible with their individual needs.
The machine has taken its name from a venomous snake found in Australia and features casing based on the design of the Clevo P370EM whitebook, while also boasting an integrated 2.0 megapixel webcam, illuminated keyboard and a fingerprint sensor.
Gaming fans are likely to be impressed by the 17.3-inch 1920×1080-pixel display and the base system’s i7-3630QM processor.
The device has 16 GB memory and a 60 GB SSD, DVD writer, a 1 TB HDD and two Nvidia GTX 670M GPUs.
People who use their laptop primarily for gaming might therefore find the Fang Taipan is able to meet all their needs and enables them to construct a computer that best fits their personality and taste.

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