Many people many not be aware of the brand name CyberPower, however they are known for manufacturing all kinds of high-end gaming computers. Xplore X7-8500 is one of the high performance laptops from CyberPower that comes at an affordable price. Here is what the device brings to you:

Display, Video and Audio Performance
The big 17.3 inch LCD display brings to you wider viewing area that will let you enjoy every moment of your game. The video card that comes with this system is Nvidia GeForce GTX 460M which is performance wise not better than the ATI 5870 that is present on many gaming laptops. You won't face any problems in running the present games; however it is doubtful whether it will be able to perform well with the forthcoming games. It comes with a video memory of 1GB.

The speakers present on the Xplorer X7-8500 are of basic quality and it is incapable of delivering high quality gaming sound effects. A good thing about CyberPower laptops is that they provide good quality of headphones.

Processor and Memory
The CyberPower Xplorer X7-8500 is powered by the Intel Core i7 740M CPU. This is what makes the device cost efficient and at the same time it is good enough for gaming. It delivers a speed of 1.73 GHz. These days all the high performance laptops run on DDR3 RAM and so does the Xplorer X7-8500. It comes with two DDR3 RAMs of 2GB. These RAM will run all your games efficiently and after a year you can even switch over to larger memory sticks.

The size of the hard disk is 500GB which is quite a delight for all gamers. You will never run out of space for storing your games and other multimedia files. If you desire more hard disk space, you can make use of an external hard disk drive.

Additional Features
Windows 7 Home Premium is the OS you get with this device. The other features of this laptop include, dual layer DVD drive, 2 megapixel camera, fingerprint reader, etc.

All in all, the Xplorer X7 8500 is a good gaming notebook and the specs that it comes with assures you that it is capable of running all the contemporary games

Source by Anvin Raj V. S.