Digital Storm Looks to Shrink Gaming Notebooks With Haswell-Based 13.3-inch VELOCE

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News Posted: Wed, Jul 10 2013 2:08 PM
Speaking of Digital Storm, the custom PC maker announced a 13.3-inch gaming notebook nearing the VELOCE moniker, which is a good bit smaller than the beastly and powerful 17-inch systems that we so often see.

Digital Storm VELOCE gaming notebook with Intel Haswell

The Haswell-based VELOCE features an Intel Core i7-4800MQ quad-core processor, full HD 13.3-inch display, NVIDIA GTX 765M (2GB) graphics card, 8GB of DDR3-1600MHz RAM, a DVD/CD 8x multi drive, and an mSATA SSD and 750GB Hybrid (7200 RPM) hard drive.

Digital Storm VELOCE gaming notebook with Intel Haswell

Ports include SuperSpeed USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4, and VGA out, and there’s also a dedicated network port with Killer Wireless-N 1202 wireless LAN with Bluetooth 4.0. Buyers also get a 3-year limited warranty and lifetime U.S.-based tech support.

Digital Storm VELOCE gaming notebook with Intel Haswell

The Digital Storm VELOCE gaming notebook will be available on July 17th at a cost starting at $1,535.
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Dave_HH replied on Wed, Jul 10 2013 2:46 PM

Hmm... is that a Clevo design?

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Marco C replied on Wed, Jul 10 2013 2:50 PM

Nice specs. Seems a little thick though.

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What I really want is a 12-14 inch non-touch 1080p ultrabook like unit running an i5, 8gb, msata and a 730m or higher. So I can get the ultrabook experience when not gaming (i.e. responsiveness and battery life), but have enough performance to run some of the more indie titles when I am plugged in and free time.

So far I haven't found anything yet, most gaming units are all or nothing and end up too thick and heavy for me

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nice specs. and nice look, in other words.... awesome

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