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.
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)