Having a 15-inch laptop in the body of a 13-inch device is pretty much the calling card for many laptop makers these days, but so far, none have produced a mass market 17-inch laptop that can fit into a 15-inch frame. Until now.
If you’re in the market for a laptop capable of delivering beautiful, sprawling graphics and a smooth, seamless gameplay experience, but aren’t too fond of having to lug around a behemoth, Aftershock latest Apex 17 may be the solution to your long-suffering dilemma.
Their brand new APEX 17 will give you a very enviable 144Hz 17.3-inch display, framed by incredibly thin bezels to get that bulk down to a frame comparable with a 15.6-inch laptop. At 2.5kg, you’ll be getting all those delicious visuals, without the muscle-straining drawbacks — sounds like a dream come true to us, really.
And that’s not all you’ll be getting. The APEX 17 will come with a silent mechanical keyboard boasting individual RGB key lighting, which makes it discreet, comfortable and aesthetically versatile. Like others in its line, it’ll also be sporting a powerful cooling system, and is customizable upon request.
Starting from S$2285, the APEX 17 is available on Aftershock’s website here.
|Processor||I7 8750H 6 Core Processor|
|Graphics||NVIDIA GEFORCE 1060 GTX 6GB GDDR5|
|Memory||Up to 32GB DDR4 2666Mhz (2 SODIMMS)|
|Storage||2 X M.2 PCIE SSD Bay
1X HDD bay
|Display||17.3” 144HZ Wide Viewing Angle LED Display (1920×1080)|
|Dimension||395.7 x 260.8 x 27.45mm|
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