Pushing the limits of price and power have always been a staple of Singapore’s very own Aftershock PC. Their high-performance gaming laptops come with the trademark of being relatively affordable, which will no doubt attract many discerning gamers.
Their latest impending launch sees the return of a familiar favourite outfitted with brand-spanking-new internals. This, of course, is the Aftershock Apex 15 Lite RTX 2060 Edition.
Last year’s Apex 15 series of laptops are no doubt still quite good, packing the NVIDIA GTX 10 series GPUs. However, with the RTX 20 series GPUs dominating the gaming scene today, Aftershock decided to up the ante on one of their top-selling machines of 2018 with graphics that make it a more competitive offering once again.
The Apex 15 Lite RTX 2060 Edition’s generally small form factor in 19.8mm thickness, ultra-slim bezel design, and a generally light 1.89-kilogram chassis make it an attractive proposition for gamers on the go.
The new 144Hz 1080 display is a perfect match with the new RTX 2060 graphics, so running the likes of Overwatch or Borderlands 3 are always a breeze as you’re able to pick out even the most minute of details in fast-paced, chaotic environments.
And as a typical Aftershock laptop, hardware such as RAM and storage are customisable upon order.
The Aftershock Apex 15 Lite RTX 2060 Edition is available now (September 4) on their website, and will also feature at COMEX 2019 (September 5 – 8) with an attractive price of S$1,899 onwards.
|Model||Aftershock Apex 15 Lite RTX 2060 Edition|
|Processor||Intel i7 9750H Processor (6 cores)|
|Graphics||NVIDIA GEFORCE RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6|
|Display||15.6″ 144Hz Wide Viewing Angle Display (1920×1080) with Wide Colour Gamut|
|Memory||Up to 32GB DDR4 RAM 2,666MHz|
|Storage||2x M.2 PCIE NVMe SSD Bay, 1x HDD Bay|
|OS||Windows 10 / Windows 10 Professional|
|Dimensions||395.8 x 243.3 x 19.8mm|
|Availability||September 4, 2019|
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