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Origin PC's Eon17-X gaming laptop can be just what you need

Starting at around $1,800 in the US (roughly converting to £1,410 and AU$2,385), Origin lets you choose everything from this computer's CPU to the body color.
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Origin PC Eon17-X (2017)

CNET Editors' Rating

Excellent
A giant gaming laptop fine-tuned for peak performance, the Origin PC Eon17-X can be as powerful as your wallet will allow.

MSRP: $3,435.00

Visit manufacturer site for details.

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