The world is getting mobile and many things that used to come in full-tower desktop chassis are now available in mobile form-factors. For example, high-performance notebooks from companies like Eurocom, Clevo or MSI can easily leave mid-range mainstream desktops behind in terms of performance - and yet these are laptops (albeit, not very portable ones). These machines typically come with a single large power adaptor, or in the case of a couple of models, two adaptors. To add to the market, Eurocom this week announced its new high efficiency 780 W power supply/AC/DC adapter. The new Eurocom 780 W external PSU is designed for PCs that use a four-conductor DIN-type connector, which includes ultra-high-end laptops like Eurocom’s own Sky X9E2, Sky X7E2 as well as...
Eurocom Sky E9E2 Laptop: Intel Core i7, Two NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080/1070 GPUs in SLI, Optional 120 Hz Display Panel
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