Eurocom will begin shipping the new Sky Z7 in September, a laptop capable of 240Hz refresh rates.
The Canadian manufacturer’s new high-performance laptop has a 17.3-inch display, available in both 1920×1080 or 3840×2160. The FHD version capable of reaching 240Hz while the 4K version reaching 144Hz.
On the official site, users can build their machines where they can put together a LGA1200 socket-based CPU up to an Intel i9-10900K. It’s also able to house an NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super and up to 128GB of DDR4-3600 memory. Users can also upgrade their screens to IPS panels and will be able to add in any NVMe M.2 SSD drives, as the machine has space for four of them.
Obviously, the price is different depending on how users build the machine, but at the upper echelons of the spec, the machine will easily exceed $10,000. This would be for a top-spec machine truly pimped out more than a ginormous 12 terabytes of fast M.2 NVMe SSDs, on top of the 128 gigabytes RAM. The fact this laptop has an optional 780-watt AC adaptor suggests quite serious business when cost is no object.