Eurocom Q5 Max-Q Gaming Laptop Review

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AgentLozen

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Enjoyed the review. "... gripping ..." "... powerful."

That Max Q technology makes me a little uncomfortable. It's difficult for me to accept that these otherwise hot video cards are being squeezed into a super tiny form factor. I know its supposed to work out despite what conventional wisdom suggests but if I NEEDED a GTX 1070 laptop, I'd rather it just be bulkier with better cooling.

It's a shame about the screen though. 120Hz is cool but I would like it to be better balanced with image quality. There are good looking TN panel monitors out there. For example, my Dell S2417DG looks good after I calibrated it. I guess Eurocom's TN screen isn't one of those decent ones. I wonder if the IPS option fairs any better.
 

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It is worth mentioning that all Eurocom machines can be configured to taste, so the poor TN display is not an obligatory part of the laptop. I have a Eurocom laptop with a Sharp 4k display that has excellent image quality, with 100% sRGB reproduction and 76% Adobe RGB (according to Spyder calibration)
 
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