Eurocom calls its Racer 2.0 a small form factor mobile workstation — by which it means it’s a rather sizable laptop, but with plenty of power and decent aesthetics. Known for designing its rigs to be upgradable, the Racer 2.0 is such a recipient, which now offers the Intel HM77 Express chipset and support for both Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs. It offers a 15.6-inch, 1080p display (in both glossy and matte configurations), which is powered by a 1.5GB GeForce GTX 660M GPU as the basic option. Those desiring even more oomph may opt for the 2GB Radeon HD 7970M, and even those in need of true workstation graphics may select from a lineup of NVIDIA’s Quadro GPUs. The four SO-DIMM slots will accommodate up to 32GB of RAM, and it’ll even accept two hard drives (in addition to an mSATA SSD), so long as you’re willing to fill the optical drive’s slot. Naturally, all the upgrades can make the price soar in a hurry, but the base configuration starts at reasonably palatable $1283. Ready to be sold a new laptop? You’ll find the PR after the break.
Gallery: Eurocom Racer 2.0