Slim, sleek and lightweight machines, the brand-new Reign Nomads currently have two variants on offer, giving gamers a choice between the high-end performance of NVIDIA's RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 Max-Q GPUs.
The Max-Q models offer an improved mobile gaming experience, giving the laptops a healthy increase to battery life while keeping the system cooler, quieter and more power efficient than their non-Max-Q counterparts.
Both feature the Intel Core i7-10875H and 16GB of DDR4 RAM, meaning the 17.3" gaming laptops have plenty of processing power on offer, with lightning-fast clock speeds to match.
Those high clock speeds will come in handy too, since both versions of the Reign Nomad are sporting 240Hz 1080p WVA (aka IPS) displays, meaning both the RTX 3070 and RTX 3080 will be able to take full advantage of ultra-high refresh rates. So if you're looking to keep your frame rates high in popular titles like Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, and even Minecraft, it really doesn't get much better than this.
The gaming laptops also feature fantastic connectivity options, with several USB 3.2 ports, a MicroSD card reader, and a Mini Displayport connector. They even include a Thunderbolt 3 port too, meaning you can hook these laptops up to an external monitor for some fantastic 1440p or even 4K gaming, without limiting the refresh rate to 60Hz.
When it comes to storage, the Reign Nomads certainly won't disappoint you either. With 1TB of NVMe M.2 storage from Western Digital, and room for an additional M.2 drive to be installed if more space is required, these gaming laptops will have no issues holding all of your AAA games and many, many save files.
And for the productivity-conscious out there, all of this high-end hardware will keep you sated too - as great as these laptops are for gaming, they'll also make short work of pretty much any workload you can throw at them. Whether it's 3D model rendering, or just image editing in Photoshop, you won't be waiting around.
Jerry Hughes, Digital Marketing Manager here at Novatech, noted our enthusiasm for the launch, saying, "We've been designing and building our own range of home and office laptops for several years now. But when it came to gaming, we always kept to desktops. With how successful our Reign Gaming brand has been over the last few years, it was well and truly time for us to officially expand the range into the mobile gaming space. It's a really exciting development and we couldn't be more thrilled."
Posted in Reign Gaming
Published on 12 Apr 2021
Last updated on 12 Apr 2021
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