Items tagged with Valkyrie

It looks as though the Bugatti Chiron, Mercedes-AMG Project One and McLaren Speedtail will have some new competition in the race for hypercar supremacy. Aston Martin has just revealed new images of its upcoming Valkyrie, and boy does it look delicious. Aston Martin envisions the Valkyrie as being a Formula 1 car for road use, so we expect for it to be a performance monster. While we have seen pictures of the Valkyrie before, this is the first time that we're getting a look inside the two-seater, which features a rectangular steering "wheel" with a large embedded display. There's also a similarly-sized centrally-located display on the dash and smaller displays... Read more...
Given all the frenzy around ultrabooks, Microsoft's Surface, and the low power potential of future chips like Haswell, you might think that desktop replacement-class laptops had fallen out of favor with modern laptop manufacturers. iBuyPower's CZ-17 "Valkyrie" is proof that they haven't -- and while its size and weight won't appeal to road warriors or anyone who needs a svelte portable, it packs a number of significant features into its chassis, at a price that won't break the bank... iBuyPower Valkyrie CZ-17 Gaming Notebook Review... Read more...
Given all the frenzy around ultrabooks, Microsoft's Surface, and the low power potential of future chips like Haswell, you might think that desktop replacement-class laptops had fallen out of favor with modern laptop manufacturers. iBuyPower's CZ-17 "Valkyrie" is proof that they haven't -- and while its size and weight won't appeal to road warriors or anyone who needs a svelte portable, it packs a number of significant features into its chassis, at a price that won't break the bank. It also makes a few compromises along the way; we'll show you where they are.   iBuyPower's CZ-17 Valkyrie Specifications & Features  Processor Options Dimensions Weight Display System Memory Graphics... Read more...
iBuyPower is adding a line of gaming notebooks to its family of custom systems with the Valkyrie series; the first model up is the CZ-17, which comes in two flavors, each of which are further customizable. The lowest point of entry is the $1,299 version of the CZ-17, which sports a backlit keyboard, 17.3-inch full HD matte display, and touch panel (above the keyboard) and runs on an Intel Core i7-3610QM processor with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M (1.5GB) graphics. It has 8GB of DDR3-1333MHz memory onboard and an 8X DVD+/-RW combo drive, and the built-in 4-in-1 card reader, THX TrueStudio Pro audio, Killer E2220 and 802.11b/g/n+Bluetooth networking make for a fine feature set. The base CZ-17 also has... Read more...