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