A generous 17.3-inch screen size, compact chassis dimensions and the cutting edge high-performance components define the XMG NEO 17 as the absolute gold standard when it comes to immersive and unrestricted high-end mobile gaming. NVIDIA's RTX graphics cards, the optomechanical RGB keyboard and two outstanding display options ensure top marks when it comes to gaming suitability: The high-performance laptop features the world's first high-resolution WQHD display with 165 Hz as well as a Full HD 240 Hz version.
To deliver the best possible performance permanently, the XMG NEO 17 uses a revised cooling system, whose larger fans cool both NVIDIA's RTX graphics chips and Intel's Core i7-10875H eight-core processor more efficiently and quietly. Further optimisation is provided by the use of high thermal conductivity liquid metal between the CPU and heat sink, which reduces the temperature by up to 9°C under maximum load.
The versatile connectivity features include a Thunderbolt 3 port for fast external storage and two DisplayPort streams. Combined with the HDMI port, up to three additional monitors can be connected for a panoramic gaming experience par excellence. The laptop also features three USB-A ports, separate inputs and outputs for microphone and headphones, Wi-Fi 6 and a Gigabit Ethernet port and card reader.
The optomechanical keyboard with RGB per key illumination and a variety of different lighting effects lends the XMG NEO 17 an appealing gaming look. Further design accents are set by a stylish LED light bar integrated into the front. For those who prefer a particularly understated appearance, the lighting elements can be completely deactivated. A convenient glass touchpad provides precise input and adds to the high-quality look of the gaming laptop.
With a weight of around 2.5 kg, the XMG NEO 17 proves to be comparatively lightweight in terms of its specifications. A robust base unit and a torsion-resistant, metal display lid ensure excellent stability. Up to 64 GB DDR4 RAM and a maximum of two M.2 SSDs communicating via PCI Express are not only suitable for satisfying the enormous memory hunger of the latest AAA games, but also meet the high system requirements of creative professional applications.