American boutique computer company <em>MAINGEAR<\/em> launched the new custom engineered <em>MAINGEAR ELEMENT Gaming Laptop<\/em>, manufactured in collaboration with <em>Intel<\/em>. It's been quite a successful year for the award-winning PC system integrator. In January, the company released the <em>APEX SPECTRUM,<\/em> the industry-first RGB for liquid cooling and later on, the\u00a0<em>MAINGEAR VYBE<\/em> Gaming PC.\r\n\r\n"At MAINGEAR, we're passionate about redefining the type of aesthetic consumers expect from 'gamer' products," said Wallace Santos, MAINGEAR's founder, and CEO. "Working with Intel to design the ELEMENT was an absolute joy, as it perfectly encapsulates our design philosophy of developing products that excel in both style and substance. We think the ELEMENT is the perfect notebook for the modern gamer and content creator."\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/twitter.com\/MAINGEAR\/status\/1172155404585000960\r\n\r\nThe ELEMENT has been configured with a <em>15.6" IPS 1920x1080<\/em> display for <em>1080p gaming<\/em>. It also features an impressive <em>144Hz refresh rate. <\/em>Together with <em>NVIDIA G-SYNC<\/em> technology, it guarantees smooth gameplay, without screen tearing, stuttering and motion blur. It also boasts <em>ShadowPlay,<\/em> a DVR-style Instant Replay mode and <em>Ansel<\/em>, a revolutionary technology that allows for in-game shot capturing and 360 degrees view.\r\n\r\nUnder the hood, MAINGEAR used a <em>9th Gen Intel Core i7-9750H<\/em> processor clocked at 2.60 GHz with a recorded turbo of 4.5 GHz. The Intel CPU is paired with an <em>NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 with Max-Q<\/em> design, the power saving variant of the <em>RTX 2070<\/em>. While the CPU might not be the best there is so far, the GPU packs a punch and is actually capable of <em>Ray-Tracing<\/em>.\r\n\r\nTo sustain those long gaming sessions, MAINGEAR engineered the revolutionary <em>Dual Fan Copper Vapor Chamber Cooling System<\/em>. As for memory and storage, the ELEMENT gaming laptop has a <em>32 GB DDR4-2666 RAM<\/em> and <em>2 TB NVMe SSD<\/em> for fast loading times.\r\n\r\nAt 20.5 mm thin, the MAINGEAR ELEMENT may not be the thinnest of gaming laptops, but the <em>Magnesium Alloy chassis<\/em> is something to die for. It also sports an <em>RGB Mechanical Keyboard<\/em> and <em>RGB Light Bar<\/em> which can be customized via the pre-installed <em>MAINGEAR NODE<\/em> software.\r\n\r\n[gallery link="none" ids="26142,26143,26144,26146"]\r\n\r\nAs for connectivity, the ELEMENT has Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 3.0\/USB Type C, Network Port, and USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports. For external displays, this laptop is capable of <em>4K HDR video<\/em> output through the HDMI 2.0 connection.\r\n\r\nStarting yesterday, the<em> MAINGEAR ELEMENT Launch Edition<\/em> has been on offer, with just 50 units up for sale. The Launch Edition comes in a black-on-black finish and tags along a <em>MAINGEAR Classic Backpack<\/em> and a <em>hard shell travel case<\/em>. The Launch Edition has a price tag of $2199 and is available exclusively on the MAINGEAR website.\r\n\r\nThe <em>MAINGEAR ELEMENT Standard Edition<\/em> will be available this fall at MAINGEAR and all other retail partners. So far, the price hasn't been revealed, but it certainly won't exceed $2200.