Raptor X17 powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (9728 CUDA) now available with i9-14900HX (24C/32T); 96GB DDR5; and 24TB of RAID 0/1/5 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs
15.6-inch (39.62cm) 1920-by-1080 pixels FHD IPS display; eDP

Introducing the new, totally redesigned 15.6" Shark 4 - it's slimmer (28.5mm), lighter (2.5kg), sleeker and more powerful, with on-board GPU and CPU for maximum battery life and an internal Ultra Slim Optical Drive.

  • Design: Stylish look with rubberized back cover
  • Processor: Intel i7-4720HQ processor; 2.6Hz; 6MB L3 cache; TDP 47W; Intel HD Graphics 4600
  • Graphics: NVIDIA┬« GeForce GTX 960M; 2GB DDR5; on-board; Microsoft Hybrid Graphics (GPU switchable between iGPU and dGPU
  • Storage: up to 3 physical drives HDD/SSD; 2x 9.5mm 2.5-inch + 1x M.2 SATA3 / PCIe x2/x4
  • Optical Drive: Ultra Slim 9.5mm DVD-RW, Blu Ray RW or 2nd physical HDD/SSD
  • Keyboard: Backlit white-LED full size with numeric keypad
  • Connectivity: 1GbE LAN on-board; WLAN + Bluetooth; prewired for optional LTE/3G/4G Module (SIM socket and internal M.2 slot)
  • Dimensions / Weight: 385(W) X 268(D) X 28.5(H)mm; 2.5kg
  • Ports: Right side: SIM card slot, Card Reader Slot, USB 3.0, VGA, RJ-45/LAN; Left side: Kensington Lock, 2x USB 3.0, S/PDIF, Microphone, Headphone, ODD; Back side: USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4a, mini DP, DC-in
  • Battery: 6-cells 62WH Smart Li-Ion; removable; up to 280 minutes
  • Security: Kensington Lock, Fingerprint and TPM 2.0
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    Sep 28, 2015

    EUROCOM Shark 4 - Affordable and Powerful Gaming Machine

    Sep 11, 2015

    EUROCOM Shark 4 Review


    The Shark 4 excels at providing excellent accessibility with a high quality accurate display, removable optical drive, and an unexpected SIM slot for 4G connectivity. The latter feature is what really separates the Shark 4 from other gaming notebooks, so users who know they can make use of it should definitely consider the Eurocom over other thin gaming notebooks. Even if users aren't interested in UMTS/HSPA+ connectivity, the base of the Shark 4 is stronger than the Lenovo Y50 and Asus G501 for a better sense of longevity, so there are still incentives in favor of Eurocom. The multiple storage bays only add to its advantages.

    Notable downsides include its larger size, heavier weight, weaker lid, lack of RAID, and no dedicated Macro keys or subwoofer. Turbo Boost is also weaker than expected as the system is unable to maintain its maximum boost under synthetic stress. An upgradeable CPU or GPU would have been fantastic to really set the Shark 4 apart against other mainstream gaming notebooks, but users will have to make due with the GTX 960M as there are no other options.

    Ultimately, the Shark 4 feels like a perfect middle-road solution between ultrathin gaming notebooks and much larger, thicker gaming notebooks.