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For those looking desiring a mechanical keyboard without having resort to external means, certain models of the larger variant have specifically-constructed internal layouts in order to accommodate the required space of mechanical keys. Along with space for multiple storage drives such as SATA, M.2. and NVMe, gamers-on-the-go will no longer have to rely on additional equipment in order to make the most of their gaming experience.
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Delivering the best possible performance with the inclusion of DDR4 memory support, users of high-end laptops can expect no less than 30% improvement over the previous Generation of the DDR3 architecture – allowing games to run smoother, and software that's reliant upon data transfer speeds to perform more responsively – free from bottlenecks.