Humility isn't a trait you'll find lingering around Eurocom's marketing team. Instead, the braggarts at Eurocom unveiled what they consider to be "the greatest notebook of all time" in the Scorpius, a 17.3-inch laptop that's capable of wielding dual Nvidia GeForce GTX 680 GPUs, up to an Intel Core i7 3920XM processor, as much as 32GB of DDR3-1600 RAM, and three storage devices. Deck one of these puppies out and the Tim Allen grunt will come free of charge.
"The Eurocom Scorpius is an out of this world high performance notebook computer. Like the mythical creature that stung and killed Orion, the Eurocom Scorpius will take down any competition standing in its way, while allowing gamers to do the same!," exclaims Mark Bialic, Eurocom President. "We have been getting out of this world benchmark results with the Eurocom Scorpius. Simply put, this is the most powerful system of its kind on the planet."
Bialic's statement comes with a caveat -- you have to be willing to open your purse and shake out a small fortune to pimp out the Scorpius in balla style. Cost of entry is just over two grand, which buys an above average gaming notebook that consists of an Intel Core i7 3610QM processor, 8GB of DDR3-1600 memory, AMD Radeon HD 7970M GPU, 750GB Seagate Momentus XT Hybrid drive, 9-in-1 memory card reader, 2MP webcam, 8X DVD burner, 802.11n Wi-Fi, and a few more specs. But if you're looking to configure the greatest laptop of all time, expect to pay over seven large for a setup that includes a Core i7 3920XM CPU, 32GB of RAM, two GeForce GTX 680M GPUs in SLI, a pair of 480GB Intel 520 series SSDs in RAID 0, 750GB Seagate drive for storage chores, Blu-ray writer, and Windows 7.
Configure your own Scorpius system (or just window shop) on Eurocom's website .