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15 products

  1. Rock Xtreme 685 review

    Rock Xtreme 685 review

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    All the features you need for a fully fledged HTPC system built into a laptop chassis

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    Rock Xtreme 768 review

    Rock Xtreme 768 review

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    Not pretty, but powerful and capable of fluid stereoscopic 3D

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    Rock Xtreme 790 review

    Rock Xtreme 790 review

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    The most powerful laptop we've seen, but it is not without limitations

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    Rock Pegasus 210 review

    Rock Pegasus 210 review

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    The ultra-portable market was always considered a premium market, exclusive to business people and the gadget conscious who are willing, or able, to fork out a £1,000 for models like the Dell 12-inch Latitude and Sony TX3. Boastingly parading their laptops like its the latest Gucci handbag. The Rock Pegasus 210 is made in that same mould, coming in at around £940 and packing a host of cutting edge features, all crammed into its 12-inch chassis.

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    Rock Pegasus 710 review

    Rock Pegasus 710 review

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    The Rock Pegasus 710 (£799 inc. VAT) is a large desktop replacement machine, offering plenty of features for your money. Costs are kept down by the use of a generic chassis, which we’ve seen on previous laptops

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    Rock Pegasus 335 review

    Rock Pegasus 335 review

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    Based in the UK, Rock is best known for its high-performance gaming laptops. Its Pegasus 335 (£799 inc. VAT) takes a different approach. With strong performance, portability and impressive warranty cover, this is a great choice for travellers on a budget.

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    Rock Xtreme SL Pro review

    Rock Xtreme SL Pro review

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    Rock is an established gaming manufacturer, and its Xtreme SL Pro is one of only a few 20-inch laptops currently available. Although portability is restricted by the large size and 7.3kg weight, we found it to be an excellent gaming machine

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    Rock Pegasus 665 review

    Rock Pegasus 665 review

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    Best known for its gaming laptops, UK-based Rock also designs laptops for home consumers. While not the most powerful laptop around, the Rock Pegasus 665 (£899 inc. VAT) compensates with impressive usability and extensive warranty cover

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    Rock Pegasus 335 review

    Rock Pegasus 335 review

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    Based in the UK, Rock is best known for its gaming laptops. However,with its high performance, stunning screen and impressive extras, theRock Pegasus 335 (£999 inc. VAT) is a well-specified and reliable laptop

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    Rock Pegasus 665-T72 review

    Rock Pegasus 665-T72 review

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    Matte grey and black aren't colours that usually adorn the fun things in life, such as Lamborghini Murciélagos or the cast of Mamma Mia. So who knows why Rock has chosen to wrap its Pegasus range in a two-tone shade of plastic mediocrity

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    Rock CTX Pro review

    Rock CTX Pro review

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    Rock's 7900 GTX-equipped Xtreme CTX Pro is probably the perfect mobile for gamers who don't really want to be all that mobile. Ignoring itsv ast weight and unwieldy dimensions, the 7900GTX pumps the CTX Pro's graphics along superbly...

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    Rock Xtreme CTX Pro review

    Rock Xtreme CTX Pro review

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    Rock's original CTX, on paper, was a feast of high-end mobile technology: an Nvidia GeForce Go 7900 GTX with 512MB of onboard RAM twinned with a Core Duo T2700 and a 1GB of fast DDR2.

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    Rock Xtreme CTX Pro review

    Rock Xtreme CTX Pro review

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    Six months back, laptops were encircling desktop territory - we were seeing more and more portable machines with desktop-grade CPUs and graphics cards. Take Intel's Centrino Duo and the GeForce 7900GO as your pudding-proof providers

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    Rock Pegasus T12 review

    Rock Pegasus T12 review

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    With Windows XP Home, a 15.4-inch screen and a 3.3kg weight, the Pegasus T12 (£999 inc. VAT) may not seem like the perfect laptop for the commuter. However, delve a little deeper and you'll find a machine offering all-day computing

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    Rock Xtreme SL Pro review

    Rock Xtreme SL Pro review

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    Rock has forged a name as one of the most prominent laptop manufacturers when it comes to gaming, thanks to a range of well specified machines.The Xtreme SL Pro has a 20-inch display and weighs in at 7.3kg

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