MAINGEAR VECTOR 2 Review - A Choice For Gaming in 2020
On top of that, the affordability for a higher end gaming laptop that can play most Triple AAA titles at medium-high settings with decent frame rates is reaching levels that the average gamer would be comfortable with when it comes to cost for performance.
MAINGEAR aims to spearhead this demographic this year with their newest model, the MAINGEAR Vector 2.
I was quite honored by my boss when he provided me this opportunity to review this golden sample for the MAINGEAR Vector 2. At first glance, you notice the simple, yet elegant design of the case that doesn’t necessarily yell “GAMER!” to the world.
For owners of the previous VECTOR, they’ll notice it looks quite similar to their own. That's because the case is nearly identical to the previous rendition. You know what they say, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” The full backlit keyboard is also an attractive feature and provides ample lighting in dark areas.
Looking at the outside of the laptop, I noticed a healthy amount of ports suited towards a gaming laptop. Ethernet port, multiple video ports, USB-C, and more. The ASUS ROG nor the MSI Laptop I’ve recently had possession of had nowhere near this sort of capacity. The build feels quite sturdy and the display itself doesn’t feel too flimsy either.
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