“The ConceptD 7 Ezel is fast and furious, and can morph into whatever form factor a creative professional might need.”
Innovative and immensely useful design
Solid build quality in spite of the complexity
Great input options
Very good display
Very large and heavy
OK, creative professionals, get ready to feel all warm and fuzzy: Acer has made a laptop just for you. And when I say that, I’m not exaggerating — the Acer ConceptD 7 Ezel isn’t built merely with fast components so that editing huge photos and 4K videos take less time, nor does it merely equip a display that promises wide and accurate colors. No, the ConceptD 7 Ezel bends over backward — literally — to transform itself into precisely the laptop you need.
It’s also one heck of an investment, costing $4,000 for my review unit that comes with a 10th-gen eight-core Intel Core
Origin has made a name for itself by allowing its customers to completely customize nearly every aspect of their computers. Whether it’s a gaming PC or gaming laptop, you can pick and choose the parts and pieces on the inside – and even customize the outside – to create your own personalized prebuilt gaming rig.The EON15-X is just one of the latest examples of this approach from Origin. With this build, you get the option of a desktop AMD processor and either an RTX 2060 Max-P or 2070 Max-P GPU. The end result is a desktop-class computer in a laptop chassis, and outside of a couple of issues, it’s a dream to use.
There’s a wide variety of configurations and builds you can purchase from Origin. On the low end, you’re looking at a build priced around $1,700. If you really want to get crazy, you can put together