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MainGear Pulse 15 Gaming Notebook Announced


MainGear has announced a new iteration in their Pulse line of notebooks. The MainGear Pulse 15 is one of the most portable gaming laptops on the market with one of the thinnest and lightest designs we’ve seen to date.MainGear Pulse 15

The design of the Pulse 15 is not just impressively slim, it’s historically slim. MainGear is touting the device as “the thinnest notebook available with a mechanical keyboard.” It comes in at only .86 inches and sports a “weight saving design.” The device comes with a matte ultra-slim bezel 1080p 144Hz 15.6 inch display in the form factor of a 14-inch notebook. Aesthetically, the exterior of the notebook features a slick gunmetal gray brushed aluminum look with black accents throughout.

The mechanical keyboard is impressive in its own right on the portable device. The Pulse 15 features mechanical switches, individually customizable RBG keys, and replaceable keycaps for your gaming notebook.

MainGear didn’t skimp on performance either. They say the Pulse 15 offers “the same gaming experience you’ve come to expect on the desktop.” Inside is a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB graphics card and the device is powered by an Intel 8th Gen Core i7-8750H 6 Core mobile processor. MainGear says their newest notebook “is optimized to deliver the best gaming performance in AAA games, VR, and the latest Esports titles.”

There will also be a variety of customization options for the MainGear Pulse 15. The company is offering a new paint process which will allow you to implement your own designs onto your Pulse 15 via a seven step paint process. The process applies full coverage artwork to the device and then finishes the job with a high gloss automotive paint finish for protection.

The device sounds like a perfect gaming option for those constantly on the go. The MainGear Pulse 15 will retail at $1,399. You can find out more via their site here.

Jeff Scott
Jeff Scott
Growing up a 90's kid, Jeff found his love for gaming during Nintendo's heyday. Because of that, you could (perhaps sadly) call him a "Nintendo Fanboy" to this day.

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