The main draw of AFTERSHOCK PC laptops is the much-coveted affordability that comes with gaming products, and it seems the home-grown company is looking to retain their appeal, while heading down a new route.
In their first foray into the mainstream general-purpose gaming market, AFTERSHOCK PC has pushed forth the LUNAR 14 ultraportable gaming notebook, designed for both leisure and business. Sporting a 16.8mm-slim cut, its 1.05 kg chassis houses the latest GeForce MX250 graphics card, which offers improved productivity when working with GPU acceleration-supported applications.
Gaming-wise, it may not be able to bring about the best-performing capabilities, but it produces enough horsepower to support some light on-the-go gaming. The 11-hour battery life serves to complement the feature as well, with it clocking in the longest battery life of any AFTERSHOCK PC ever.
With the versatility and convenience of ultrabooks, it’s no surprise that the team has decided to venture into the previously unexplored field. Should it prove to be successful, fans will certainly have more selections to look forward to in the future.
|CPU||Intel i7 8565U Processor|
|Graphics Card||GeForce GTXM250 |
2 GB GDDR 5
|Display||14″ FHD Wid View LED Display|
|System Memory||Up to 32GB DDR4 Memory|
|Storage||2 x M.2 PCIE SSD Bay|
|Wireless Card Options||Intel 9560 AC WiFi+B|
|Operating System||Windows 10 or Windows 10 Professional|
|Weight / Dimensions||1.05kg with Battery Pack (320.2 x 214.5 x 16.8mm)|
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