Summary: With an Extreme Intel processor and Nvidia's frame-rate-devouring 980M card, the Origin Eon 17-S is an undeniable powerhouse. It stands shoulder to shoulder with its competition, offering a lovely 1080p display in a handsome, elegant package
Excerpt: Origin’s founders know a thing or two about manufacturing no-holds-barred PCs: They all worked at Alienware before Dell acquired and commoditized the boutique builder (much as HP would do with Voodoo PC just a few months later).
Conclusion: The Origin EON17-S is an attractive 17-inch gaming laptop powered by an over-clocked Ivy Bridge CPU and Nvidia's latest GeForce GTX graphics engine. It's big in stature and carries a hefty price tag but it delivers game-worthy performance.
Pros: Solid performance. Good audio output. Stylish design.
Excerpt: You know you're in for a treat when you sit down with a gaming laptop that has a quad-core Intel Ivy Bridge processor, dual solid-state drives, and Nvidia's NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M graphics inside.
Summary: This gaming laptop packs premium performance for a premium price
Pros: Attractive chassis, Incredible audio, Impeccable performance, I might be partial to the EON17-S because of its Lamborghini intimations, but this is a machine that sets itself apart without being flamboyant about it. Save for the flared lines on the lid and illuminated trackpad, all the extra flou...
Cons: Washed out display, Expensive, Heavy with a capital "H", The only disappointment here was the screen. It has a fast enough refresh rate and almost no perceptible lag for gaming, but the screen just lacks color depth. The real shame is the lack of popping colors can poorly present the graphical fi...