If you are always on the go, living out from a suitcase with a computer in tow, then you can call yourself a digital nomad. I guess that would be a very apt description for the Maingear Nomad 15 as well, where this gaming notebook will not only let you work hard, but play hard as well. After all, didn’t the adage go that “all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy?” Enter the Maingear Nomad 15 which comes coated in an automotive-grade, hand-painted choice of lid colors, and you will certainly not be left wanting for processing power considering the Intel Core i7-3610QM processor (up to 3.3GHz) alongside 8GB RAM.
And that is just the beginning, as this Windows 7-powered gaming notebook will also be accompanied by the NVIDIA 2GB GeForce GTX 670MX GPU (with the option to upgrade to a 675MX and 4GB 680M), up to 32GB RAM, a 750GB, 7,200RPM unit (with an optional 256GB SuperRAID SSD), a wide range of connectivity options in the form of Ethernet, HDMI, DVI-I and, optical audio outputs, two USB 2.0 ports and three USB 3.0 ports, and one FireWire port. Pricing starts from $1,549 and maxes out at $2,599.
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