The Uno 3.0 has an integrated battery pack for back-up power in case of a failure.
Are enterprise customers clamoring for all-in-one (AIO) desktops? We're not sure, but system builder Eurocom is confident there's a large enough market to warrant releasing the Uno 3.0, an AIO desktop with a 21.5-inch Full HD 1080p (1920x1080) multi-touch display and integrated 6-cell battery pack just in case the building's wiring goes haywire. For the bean counters, Eurocom's also pitching this as an Eco-Friendly system that can result in reduced energy costs.
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.
It's tough to outrun a fox, but perhaps even harder to match the pace of Eurocom's Fox 4.0, a well equipped mobile workstation packing 5.7 pounds of storage and muscle. Eurocom describes its 15.6-inch Fox 4.0 as a small form factor notebook -- most of us would consider 15.6 inches a regular sized laptop -- albeit one that's able to tote up to 3TB of storage when configured with three 1TB drives. It measures 14.96 inches by 10 inches by 1.61 inches.
Technically speaking, Eurocom's new Monster 1.0 laptop isn't an Ultrabook, nor is the company claiming it to be. Instead, Eurocom introduces the Monster 1.0 as a mobile system that "packs the performance of a gaming beast into a 4-pound ultraportable design." So it's an ultraportable, which means it isn't quite as svelte as an Ultrabook, but it's also better spec'd with up to an Intel Core i7 3820QM processor, 16GB of DDR3-1600 memory, Nvidia GeForce GT 650M graphics, and 1TB of storage.
Dell may be all finished with 11.6-inch gaming notebooks, at least as it pertains to the Alienware M11x, but if you're a fan of such powerful pint-sized PCs, don't feel obligated to cry yourself to sleep. The 11.6-inch form factor for gamers lives on, not only with Maingear's recently announced 'Pulse' laptop, but also via Eurocom, which is now selling its Monster 1.0 laptop starting at just $817.
Unlike many notebook manufacturers, Eurocom's never been one to shy away from a beefy spec sheet, as evidenced by the powerful components found in the Kick Ass award-winning Eurocom Panther 2.0. Today, the company announced it's started shipping the new Panther 4.0 "laptop," a beast that shamelessly flaunts all the lastest bells and whistles -- like Sandy Bridge-E and dual GTX 580Ms running in SLI.
We reviewed Eurocom’s top-of-the-line mobile workstation, the Panther 2.0, in our June 2011 issue. That high-end behemoth weighed more than 15 pounds and cost upward of $5,000, but it sported a desktop Core i7-980X CPU and a pair of Radeon HD 6970s in CrossFire. This time around we’re taking a look at the company’s lighter-weight mobile workstation, the Neptune 3D.
While also billed as a high-end desktop-replacement, the Neptune 3D is far more modest than its beefy big brother. It’s based on a mobile Sandy Bridge CPU (Intel’s Core i7-2760QM) and a single mobile GPU (Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 580M). The Neptune 3D weighs less than nine pounds, but its defining feature is its 17.3-inch, 120Hz, 3D display.
A quick glance at Eurocom's website gives the impression the outfit is running a zoo, but the Cheetah, Cougar, Panther, Puma, and Leopard are all high-performance notebook PCs, and the newly refined Leopard 2.0 is a mobile workstation to be reckoned with. It starts with an 18.4-inch Full HD (1920x1080) display and continues with loads of configuration options.
Riddle me this: When is a portable PC not a laptop? When it’s so heavy you’re afraid if you put it on your lap you’ll never be able to get up again. Though we wish Eurocom’s Panther 2.0 had shipped with a weightlifter’s belt, our testing left little doubt that the chiropractor bills will be worth it. This outlandishly large machine has the power and flexibility of a true no-compromise mobile workstation.
Eurocom just unveiled a couple of new notebooks, the 15.6-inch Fox 2.0 and 17.3-inch Lynx 2.0. According to Eurocom, these second generation models represent the most powerful Optimus notebooks on the planet and are suitable for both performance-oriented business users and gamers alike, both of which will benefit from what Intel's Sandy Bridge platform brings to the mobile world.