The concept of an ultrabook netbook computer just gained another sub-species and it is the gaming ultrabook. The raw computing power and mobility, which define this kind of computers are still not enough to supply the regular user/gamer, a good session of gaming with some of the recent games. All of that is going to change with the revolution that the company Maingear is going to bring. The revolution is starting with their new ultrabook that is called Pulse 11.
In this gaming ultrabook they managed to put all of the best components in its very compact housing. They managed to equip it with a discrete graphics card signed by nVidia and it is not an entry level one. It is the GT650, which is one from nVidia’s latest generation and it is also equipped with 2GB of internal GDDR5 memory. Even though this is a mid- range card, it will be surely enough for a screen with a diagonal of 11.6 inches and a resolution of 1366×768 pixels, and will push out every frame needed, for a seamless gaming.
The rest of the ultrabooks’ configuration is also impressive. The buyer can choose between all of the Intel-Ivy Bridge processors. The integrated graphic card in the processor is used for minor tasks, providing a long autonomy of the ultrabook, in a case that the user is doing everyday tasks.
Pulse 11 has a THX certificate for its integrated speaker system; all of its ports are USB 3.0, has a HDMI connection and can hold up to 16GB of DDR3 memory.
From all of the provided facts it is clear that this is a serious portable gaming machine and for that you know that you will need to pay quite a lot.
Just for an example for a mediocre configuration with core i5 processor, 8GB RAM and a 320GB hard drive you will need to pay $1100, while for the top configuration with a i7 processor and an SSD drive you will need to show a lot more cash.