CyberPowerPC Unveils Kinetic Midtower Portfolio and Series Laptops with NVIDIA RTX 40 GPUs

CyberPowerPC will showcase its new Kinetic Midtower case – a white and gold case that looks almost alive with its vibrant breathing as it adapts to the PC’s airflow. Along with the Kinetic case, CyberPowerPC will also be showcasing new Tracer VII series laptops powered by NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 series mobile graphics cards.

CyberPowerPC Unveils Portfolio of the Kinetic Series and Tracer VII Series Laptops with RTX 40 GPUs

The new Kinetic Series case has been in development for the past year, and the company is now ready to release it in mid-April. The kinetic tower center case is made of aluminum with a tempered glass side panel for easy viewing of the interior and a kinetic border pattern design on the front of the case with active vents that open and close individually depending on the system’s internal temperature.

The enclosure uses mobos’ proprietary PWM sensor to adjust the vents as needed to maintain proper temperature levels in the system. The enclosure also reduces the amount of noise and dust depending on the overall performance needs of the system. Pricing has not been revealed as of this writing.

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The Tracer VII series of laptops will offer the latest Intel Raptor Lake mobile processors and the option of up to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 mobile graphics for the ultimate gaming laptop. Two consumer models will be available — a 16-inch or a 17-inch screen — and both will offer a 100% SRGB IPS display with 240Hz refresh rates.

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Inside the Tracer VII laptops will be a 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900HX processor, and the 17-inch model will offer up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 mobile GPU. The 16-inch model will offer up to an RTX 4070 mobile GPU from NVIDIA. Both mobile devices are expected to be launched next month. Pricing is also not available for new laptops as of this writing.

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CyberPowerPC is also releasing a keyboard configurator so that users can create the custom mechanical keyboard of their dreams with linear and tactile key switches from top brands such as Geteron, Kailh, Outemu, and Gazzew. Several keycap designs will be available to choose from as options, such as Dyesub and Doubleshot PBT. The company will also release a premium 60% mechanical keyboard called the Pearl CK60, which will allow additional customization options for users. The keyboard will be launched in June 2023 and will retail for $249.

News source: CyberPowerPC

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