Rock is best known for its high-end gaming machines, but its Pegasus range is aimed at those who need performance but in a more portable package. The Pegasus 520 (£999 inc. VAT) meets this criteria reasonably well, as the 3kg chassis offers a degree of mobility, while the latest processing technology delivers better than average performance.
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.
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
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
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
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
Rock has produced some of the best desktop replacement PCs, such as its recent SLI machines, which do justice to the latest games. Realistically, however, they aren't that usable on the move.