Better known for its desktop replacement gaming laptops, Rock also makes a range of smaller machines. The Pegasus 670 (£899 inc. VAT) weighs in at a semi-portable 3.1kg, yet still packs cutting-edge components.
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We've been reviewing Vista-clad machines for a few months now, and the overriding shared factor has been the bugs. The Rock Pegasus 665 starts to change all that
In recent years, Rock has established itself as one of the UK's best manufacturers of gaming laptops. Marking one of its most powerful and affordable gaming systems, the Rock Xtreme CTX Pro (£1599 inc. VAT) also makes for an effective mobile media centre.
Imagine a mobile processor faster than an FX-62 working alongside a 7900GTX, and you'll get an idea of this monster's power... Just in case you've been hiding under your metaphorical rock of choice lately, Intel is back on top.
The Rock Xtreme CTX Pro looked familiar, as it shares the same chassis as the AJP M575U. There's nothing wrong with that at all: it's got the practical front panel, has a good trackpad, an excellent keypad and looks great, too.
The Pegasus 330 makes a good impression as soon as you take it out ofthe box, with its rounded corners and simple black design. It's justthe right size as far as we're concerned
As one of the UK's leading gaming laptop manufacturers, it was no surprise that Rock was the first to use NVIDIA's SLI graphics technology in a laptop back in March. Still representing one the most high-powered mobile gaming options...
With a strong reputation in the UK for its gaming laptops, Rock continues to offer impressive single-GPU systems alongside its high-performance SLI-powered Xtreme SL