A powerful hulk of a gaming laptop from a great company with a novel vision
12 Mar 2017 By Anand Sunder On amazon.in
I bought Exigo in December 2016 but not through Amazon. I live in Delhi, so the delivery was super fast. I was travelling, so I put in a word with Harsh for prompt delivery, and they duly delivered. You get an idea of their service quality already.The specs sheet read:Intel i7 6700, 8GB RAM, Nvidea 1060 6GB gfx card, 1TB 7200 rpm drive, 128GB SSD (PCIE).I cannot possibly add anything more to the fantastic reviews already posted here. The product deserves it. I spent two weeks researching about laptops because I, as most of you, tend to overthink about my gadgets. But I'll still leave my two cents.Pros:++ Excellent, vibrant IPS LCD screen (LG if I am not mistaken)++ Blazing fast start up speeds (Make sure you go for the higher quality SSD, its worth it - go for 128GB if you are short of funds, only the OS n some core apps need it anyway)++ Excellent gaming performance. If on a budget, GTX 1060 does splendidly. Its almost as fast as a desktop 980, so you can imagine the work Nvidea has put in. The current gen games run perfectly. Don't think too much about the FPS, every game ought to give 30 FPS+ on High-Ultra for the next 3-4 years. Expect a 10-20% boost from competing 1060 laptops from Asus n MSI due to zero bloatware and excellent cooling system.++ Great cooling system. I always put it on a raised surface (An old cooling pad from Cooler Master without even the fans, just a metal pad). And it has never heated up once. Although the fans blaze away while playing games like Witcher 3 or ARK Survival.++ Customer serviceCons:-- LCD light leak. You'll notice slight light leakage on the sides due to the IPS panels on a jet black background. Its not Azom's fault as they make it clear before you purchase. As such, you hardly notice it during daily use. Still, users with OCD, beware.-- Weight. The thing is heavy, you'll start skipping outings and rather sit at home because it isn't a half kilo Mac you carry in your backpack everyday.-- Battery Life. What do you expect? That one aspect most gadgets lag in. As such, I look at it as a desktop with a 2.5 hour UPS built in, so I don't mind. The power from the unsoldered, desktop grade materials is unmatched in laptops.If you are on this page, you aren't looking for a slim, sexy, underpowered ultrabook. You are looking for a workhorse of a laptop, so go for it. Azom Exigo is not just a jack of all trades, it is a master of what it advertises too.
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Powerful Machine. Excellent Customer Service.
10 Mar 2017 By robin rex On amazon.in
I ordered this machine on January 24, and I got it delivered on February 14 (What a coincidence :P ). My configuration is as followsCPU: Intel core i7 6700GPU: Nvidia GTX 1060 6GBRAM: GSkill Ripjaws 2133MHz 16 GBSSD: 120 GB Samsung NVMeHDD: HGST 1 TB 7200 RPMBarebone: Clevo P750DM2LooksThe entire laptop body has a matte finish which feels really good to the touch. Although, it also means its a finger print magnet. But personally, i don't care about it. The keyboard backlighting is really good. The tracking pad is big enough, and it hosts an integrated fingerprint sensor on its top left corner. The screen is a 15.6 inch FHD IPS matte panel.BuildOverall the build is bulky, considering the desktop componenets inside, it needs space to both acoomodate them and for better air circulation. The quality of the build is pretty solid. Its heavy weighing in at approximately 3.5 kgs. The power brick is another 900 gms approx. The keyboard feels really smooth and has a good keytravel. It also has kind of a matte finish. My only concern is the display hinge. I don't have any problem with it, but considering the bulkier build of the laptop, the hinge felt a little weak. The screen wobbles a little when you type, and whenever I open the lid, I'm conscious about it. The touch pad is good too. The finger print sensor does a good job and it hardly misses anytime.PerformancePerformance wise, this is a beast. I'm not that much into gaming, but I've played BF1 @60 FPS in ultra, and Watch Dogs 2 @45 FPS in ultra. The color reproduction of the screen is great. With "high" settings, you can max out any games of 2016 @60 FPS if you are using the built in display. Windows feels snappier, thanks to the NVMe SSD, and 16 GB of ram. There's no lagging or stuttering whatsoever. I've also installed linux on dual boot, and I've had no problems so far. Some minor problems like display brightness control using Fn keys (which is easily fixed using NVdia drivers), and keyboard backlighting(There are some kernel module sources available that can be compiled and installed, but I didn't bother). I use android studio with two to three virtual devices at the same time, along with multiple tabs open in chrome, music, filezilla, multiple terminal windows, compiz visual effects, etc., and it runs them just fine. So, nothing to complain about performance. Throw anything at it, and it will handle them great.So, overall, this is a Magnificient Beast indeed.I must also mention here that Azom System's customer service is the best I've had so for. I was a bit skeptic about making a purchase and the shipping of the laptop, but after talking to them, I went for it. And they took care of everything and followed up with me until I received my laptop in my hand. Harshvardan and Arindam (who run Azom Systems), they both are really polite and they explain everything to you with patience. It was a really smooth and amazing experience for me to have made a purchase from them. Thank you for your service Azom.
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