Computer provider Eluktronics is adopting new and advanced panels for its products, which are designed to provide important competition to the FullHD screens that dominate the category today.
Eluktronics is a modest American premium mobile provider that managed to make headlines and gain a few minutes of fame when it was the first to adopt the design of the first reference from home Intel For the field, with a body made of a unique magnesium alloy. The media echo did its thing and left a taste for more, it seems - because now the company is declaring something else they are doing before everyone else: 15.6-inch and 17.3-inch gaming mobiles looking to find the perfect midpoint with 1,440 × 2,560 pixel resolution panels And support a high refresh rate of up to 165 Hz.
Most modern gaming mobiles provide high refresh rates on their screens, ranging from 144 Hz which has become a sort of default in the field, through 240 Hz to 300 Hz in some of the leading models. However, what all these options have in common is a relatively low resolution of 1,080 × 1,920 pixels, both 15.6 inches and 16.1 inches and 17.3 inches - despite the fact that many consumers will prefer better display quality thanks to improved over density Another addition to the display rhythm that can not always be exhausted or actually noticed.
Chinese panel maker BOE Technology has decided that it's time to change the concept and bring the mobile offering closer to the richer available in the stationary market - and here we have first-of-its-kind panels (IPS-equivalent display technology) with a resolution of 1,440 × 2,560 pixels, not very common in the category Where many manufacturers choose to skip between 1080p straight to4k, With a high refresh rate that should allow the rest of the hardware inside to shine.
The Eluktronics online store includes a pair of 15.6-inch models that are available with the latest QHD, MAX 15 and MECH 15 screens, both of which have an octagonal Core i7-10870H processor. Intel, GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER card in Max-P configuration with increased power envelope for maximum performance, memory DDR4 Of 16GB, Drive NVMe With a capacity of one terabyte and more - with the main difference being that the MECH is satisfied with a relatively standard aluminum casing with a large 94 watt-hour battery and a weight of 2.12 kilograms, while the MAX uses the same light magnesium alloy casing with a 62 watt-hour battery For a much more modest weight of 1.73 kg and a maximum thickness of less than 20 millimeters.
The QHD screen is only available in one 17-inch model at this time, the MAX 17, with an octagonal Core i7-10870H processor, GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER card, one terabyte fast internal drive, memory DDR4 Of 16GB and a 91 watt-hour battery inside a magnesium alloy body with a weight of about 2.13 kilograms and a thickness of 20 millimeters.
sounds interesting? The company will be happy to sell you each of these models with fast direct delivery to Israel, advance payment for taxes and caps and even a gift kit that includes a cable HDMI, gaming Mouse, headphones And a large use surface - at a starting price of more than 10,000 shekels. Ouch.
These prices will certainly not suit everyone, despite the powerful hardware that awaits after the money is successfully transferred - but it has developed a good and important field that will probably spur more screen makers and computer makers to adopt the QHD way, as a welcome replacement for FullHD resolutions that feel like old news. Quite a long time for our liking. what do you think? Feel free to talk about it with everyone in the comments.