CES 2021: Origin release updates on gaming beasts in EVO and NT series

With all the latest releases coming out at CES 2021, Origin has joined the fun, updating the EVO15-S and EVO17-S gaming notebooks and its NT-15 and NT-17 workstations to include Nvidia’s latest GeForce RTX 3000 mobile graphics cards (up to an RTX 3080 with Max-Q design).

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Both the EVO15-S and EVO17-S, as well as the NT-15 and NT-17s can work with 10th Gen Core i7 Intel processors, up to 64GB of RAM, and up to 2 x 2TB of storage. This makes the new line of Origin systems an absolute beast for the avid gamer. 

The models are available with a 300Hz 1080p display (a new option for the 2021 models), a 144Hz 1080p display, or a 60Hz UHD display (which is an OLED on the 15-inch models).

The newly released models also come with the standard connections which include three USB 3.2 Gen 1 ports, one Thunderbolt 3 port, one microSD Push-Push card reader, one Mini DisplayPort 1.3, one HDMI output, and one RJ-45 Ethernet jack.

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All the four newly released models are available to order right now. The EVO15-S is priced at $2,182, while the EVO17-S starts at $2,194. Switching series, the NT-15 is starting at $2,222, and the NT-17 will be available at $2,235. 


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