Digital Storm Krypton offers the same parts and design as other gaming laptops, for less.
Here's a gaming laptop that looks very familiar but costs just a little bit less.
I'm Dan Ackerman and this is the Digital Storm Krypton.
And if you think that you're seeing double that is because I put this Krypton right next to an Origin PC eon 17s.
A very fancy, very upscale gaming laptop as the, Krypton is.
As you can see, they're built into the same exact off-the-shelf body, which these PC do is take these off-the-shelf bodies and pack in their own components and do a lot of customizations.
And offer, a lot of service and support and that's how they sort of add value, to these very generic looking bodies that, frankly, a little bit dated.
Let's, let's be honest here.
They're not, slim like the razor laptops or even the MSI 17 inch that we reviewed recently.
very, very slick, very slim 17 inch gaming laptops.
These guys are full on big thick monsters.
Intel core i7, G force 8800 M chip, pretty much the fastest, gaming, graphics card you can get right now.
A little bit of customization, they got their logo, on the touchpad just like Origin does.
They put a logo on the back.
They didn't quite go as far as Origin did in kind of putting a whole.
Separate back panel on there, that kind of has ridges and has kind of an Alienware-ish look, so it's a little more generic.
Although frankly, neither one of these is going to win a beauty contest.
This configuration, about twenty-two hundred, the Origin is a lot more because it has basically a almost a thousand dollar C-P-U upgrade and an extreme edition ship versus.
Just the regular quad core here, if you drop this down to the same CPU then there's maybe only a 2 or 300 dollar difference, the origin is more expensive because, they offer a, a I think a higher level of, kind of, hands on personalized service and support.
And phone support and lifetime free labor if you need any changes or updates, but if you want something that's extremely similar same parts, same body, and you want to save a few hundred bucks
You should definitely take a look at the Krypton which scored very hit on it on all our gaming benchmarks.
I'm Dan Ackley.
That's the Digital Storm Krypton.
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