Origin announces two 17-inch laptops with beefy internals

Origin Evo17-S
Origin Evo17-S (Image credit: Origin)

What you need to know

  • Origin announced the EVO17-S and NT-17 laptops.
  • The EVO17-S is built for powerful gaming while the NT-17 is a powerful workstation.
  • Both laptops are available with up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Max-Q GPU.
  • The EVO17-S (opens in new tab) and NT-17 (opens in new tab) both start at $1,999 on Origin's website.

Origin announced two new 17-inch laptops, the EVO17-S and NT-17. Both laptops feature powerful internals, with options up to and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Max-Q and up to an Intel Core i7 10875H 8-core processor. The laptops have identical specs but are aimed at different types of consumers. The EVO17-S is built with gaming in mind while the NT-17 is built as a workstation.

The laptops come in black as standard, but you can add several color options to add some flare. You can add HD UV printing starting at $149, metallic paint starting at $175, and hydro dipping starting at $199. You can also add custom laser etching starting at $50.

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CategoryEVO15-S and NT-15 laptops
Display17.3" FHD 1080P 144Hz WVA Display
17.3" FHD 1080P 240Hz WVA Display
17.3" UHD 4K Adobe 100% Coverage display
ProcessorUp to Intel Core i7 10875H 8-cores
GraphicsUp to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB GDDR6 Max-Q
MemoryUp to 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 Memory
StorageUp to 4TB of storage
Ports3 x USB 3.2 Gen1 ports
1 x Thunderbolt 3
1 x Mini DisplayPort 1.3
1 x HDMI output port (with HDCP)
1 x 2-in-1 Audio jack (Headphone / Microphone)
1 x 2-in-1 Audio jack (Microphone / S/PDIF optical)
1 x RJ-45 LAN port
Size15.5" (W) x 10.4" (D) x 0.78" (H) (39.4 cm (W) x 26.4 cm (D) x 2 cm (H))

There are three display options for the laptops, ranging from a 60Hz UHD display up to a 240Hz 1080p display, allowing people to pick a display based on if they prefer high refresh rates or high resolution.

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1 Comment
  • Looks like something for those people who wish the Surface Book were more powerful.