Gaming laptop companies are popping up everywhere, and they havereally cool names. However, none will be as cool as DevilT...
LooksThough it comes from the same country where the best supercars aremade, this laptop is no exotic supercar in terms of...
DisplayWith a big body comes a big display, and the 6700 doesn’t disappoint.This laptop features a roomy 15.6 – inch scree...
Hardware                 Now, let’s get to the part why the makers of this laptop are                 named DevilTech.    ...
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  1. 1. Gaming laptop companies are popping up everywhere, and they havereally cool names. However, none will be as cool as DevilTech.Hailing from Germany, DevilTech caters to Europeans who feel left out ofthe cold when it comes to gaming machines. Why should Americanshave all the cool companies? Europeans should as well!Since this is from Germany, you can expect the same quality andperformance you get from other esteemed German brands such asPorsche, Mercedes – Benz and BMW. One advantage of buying fromsmaller manufacturers is that they offer huge loads of configurations,and of course, zero bloatware.We’ll take a look at their Devil 6700, one of their flagship laptops. Andsee if you are going to sell your laptop.
  2. 2. LooksThough it comes from the same country where the best supercars aremade, this laptop is no exotic supercar in terms of looks.This laptop makes use of the MSI MS – 16F3 barebones case. It may notbe a supercar, but it does look the part of “gaming laptop.” For agaming laptop, the 6700 is relatively light.It weighs just 7.3 pounds, which is a couple of pounds lighter than otherlaptops with similar specs.However, it is quite bulky, with a thickness of 2.1 inches! You’ll definitelyneed a big bag for this laptop.Source: http://emdhie.blog.com/2012/08/23/the-devil-inside/
  3. 3. DisplayWith a big body comes a big display, and the 6700 doesn’t disappoint.This laptop features a roomy 15.6 – inch screen with a wonderful 1920 x1080 display.Not only is it wonderful, it’s bright as well. It uses a display from LG Philips,giving you amazing quality. Aside from that, you even get a mattesurface, great for outdoor usage.Overall, the screen is good, and viewing angles are great too.Source: http://emdhie.blog.com/2012/08/23/the-devil-inside/
  4. 4. Hardware Now, let’s get to the part why the makers of this laptop are named DevilTech. This laptop comes with the latest Intel and NVIDIA hardware that it blows everything away. For the processor, you get an Ivy Bridge i7 – 3610QM as the starting configuration. You also have other processors to choose from, up to the most expensive, the 3920XM Extreme Edition. Overall, the high – end processors deliver impressive performance when running games that require extensive calculations, such as weather effects and AI all at the same time. For visuals, you get NVIDIA’s most powerful laptop GPU yet, the GeForce GTX 680M. To give you an idea of how fast this thing is, it runs Battlefield with cranked settings, resulting in 34 fps at its native resolution. It also runs Max Payne 3 with 42 fps.The laptop comes with a 120 GB SSD, giving it great boot times. Ofcourse, you can add more if you can afford it.ConclusionThe laptop comes with three USB 3.0 ports and the usual suspects, suchas HDMI, and VGA. There’s also a Kensington lock slot.With at least 4.5 hours of battery life, this gaming laptop manages tobeat its other competitors. You may think that 4.5 hours is not enough,but in the gaming world, that’s already a lifetime.Why not try to sell broken laptopand earn cash for this Devil 6700.Overall, this little laptop from Germany can stand equally with othergaming laptops out there.Source: http://emdhie.blog.com/2012/08/23/the-devil-inside/

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