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Voodoo Envy M:152 review: Voodoo Envy M:152

Voodoo Envy M:152

Dan Ackerman
Dan Ackerman Editorial Director / Computers and Gaming

Dan Ackerman leads CNET's coverage of computers and gaming hardware. A New York native and former radio DJ, he's also a regular TV talking head and the author of "The Tetris Effect" (Hachette/PublicAffairs), a non-fiction gaming and business history book that has earned rave reviews from the New York Times, Fortune, LA Review of Books, and many other publications. "Upends the standard Silicon Valley, Steve Jobs/Mark Zuckerberg technology-creation myth... the story shines." -- The New York Times

6 min read

Voodoo Envy M:152

The Good

Custom paint job helps it stand out in a crowd; rare 15-inch gaming laptop that offers reasonable portability and high performance.

The Bad

Expensive (especially paint options); merely average gaming scores; no video card options.

The Bottom Line

Voodoo's Envy M:152 is one of the only 15-inch gaming laptops out there, but we wish its high-end fit and finish was matched by better gaming scores. It's hard to justify the price premium unless you're looking for custom-painted showcase of a laptop.

Voodoo Envy M:152

Score Breakdown

Design 8Features 6Performance 7Battery 7Support 6
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