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Maingear, a boutique system builder based out of New Jersey, has taken aim at gaming on the go with its new Nomad 15 gaming laptop. Available in a variety of color options, the customizable Nomad 15 is, as its name implies, a 15-inch notebook equipped that features 3rd Generation Intel Core i7 processor options (Ivy Bridge), discrete graphics (GeForce GTX 670MX and up), and up to 32GB of system memory.

“Hot new colors, sleek design, top of the line mobile parts — the Nomad 15 is one of the best 15-inch mobile gaming units we have launched to date,” said Wallace Santos, CEO and founder of Maingear. “Those points along with a great entry level price will make this gaming system a no brainer choice for anyone looking to hop from console gaming to PC gaming.

A baseline configuration starts at $1,579 and includes an Intel Core i7 3740QM processor, GeForce GTX 670MX graphics, 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3-1600 RAM, 750GB hard drive (7200 RPM), built-in memory card reader, 8X DVD burner, 802.11n Wi-Fi + Bluetooth adapter, 2.0MP webcam, three USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and DVI-I output, FireWire, Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, and a 9-cell battery.

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There are several upgrade options available. You can bump the GPU up to a GeForce GTX 680M and/or swap the default storage for a solid state drive, to name just two.

The Nomad 15 is available now.

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