Clevo Prostar P150HM Gaming Laptop Review (Comparable to Sager NP8150)

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40 Responses to “Clevo Prostar P150HM Gaming Laptop Review (Comparable to Sager NP8150)

  • blade runner?

  • Unigine Heaven. It's actually a benchmarking application.

  • Pricing is subject to the individual markup of the reseller, as well as any special deals they may have. 🙂

  • I really want to know how Prostar is so cheap.. it's crazy. 300 less than other custom laptops with same performance. or even better with the free upgrades.

  • Battalion 101 P150EM [2] ? Should i get it?
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675M 2GB
    Intel® Core™ i7-3820QM Mobile Processor (4x 2.7GHz/8MB L3 Cache)

  • whats the game thats open?

  • this is not a review, dude…

  • These videos are strange lol.

  • @MrLifted34 The camera or the laptop? lol

  • I've got one of these, although I bought if from Scan as a pro audio laptop – I believe mine has a different custom BIOS optimised for low latency audio. Other than that it's identical.

  • Is this better than the asus g74sx

  • Difference between Sager and Clevo?

  • Sorry, if you do not like it.

  • where is the review?

  • Glossy or matte display ????????????

  • thanks 4 the awesome commentary!

  • I like the laptop but I hate the fingerprint reader

  • Wheres the review?!

  • @binkie93 yeah, and im pretty sure everything in your house is made from china. Ur comment is very stupid. Also, its Chinese not chinees.

  • Prostar is offering a free upgrade to 4x Max. Blu-Ray Reader on Prostar P151HM model. Mother's day 3-day sales only.

  • @tennispro3782 its not backlit.

  • Umm this isn't a review lol. But does anyone know if the keyboard is backlit? I feel like it isn't and if not then that is its only major drawback to me.

  • How noisy the fan can be when you play a full load 3d game? and compare this model to P151, which one has more mobility?

  • How noisy the fan can be when you play a full load 3d game?

  • @Gunblade001 i've owned the sager np8690 (previous version) and g73. I can say the sager cooling system is a whole lot better than the g73. cpu is about the same around 50-55c on both system but when gaming the gpu, the g73 maxes 85-90c where as the sager max 70-75c.

    The only reason i stuck with the g73 tho was b/c the fan noise on the sager 8690 was a bit too loud, and this was when I was jus surfing the web and doing hw and stuff. Tho the 8150 appears to fix that problem.

  • whats the cooling like? looking at this vs the Asus G73

  • im getting this with the i7 2720, 2 GB GTX 485, hybrid drive and blu ray. should be a beast

  • i thought this was a review, i dont hear a word out of him

  • hmm. im not too sure why it doesnt. im still waiting for my p151hm to come in this week. so im going to see if it does have it. but if not, i guess they took it off for a reason i dont know.

  • @cptkorean I hear what you are saying about the fact that all new SB cores now have integrated graphics, but that doesn't mean the computer can utilise it. Apparently the Clevo P151HM1 and P150HM laptops do not have the switchable graphics function, but the Clevo W150HNQ does support it. Why could this be?

  • @Klosteral yes. all of Intels new SB chipsets have integrated graphics now.
    the only reason those 17.3" laptops are huge and hefty is because they stuck a desktop motherboard in it (X58).. thats why they are able to put in a desktop cpu like the intel core i7 900 series processors instead of the mobile ones. and on top of that, they put 2 graphics cards in SLI. so you can only imagine how beast that laptop is.. if you ignore its weight and price tag.

  • I definetely hear what you are saying about the laptop not being plugged in; I did not notice that before. Also, are you sure the laptop has integrated switchable graphics? I do not know and this may be a deciding factor between the P151HM1 and P150HM. This laptop is sometihng of a midway. At 6.8lbs it is not light, but it weighs less than some of Sager's 17.3" gaming laptops, some weighing more than 12lbs!

  • I definetely hear what you are saying about the laptop not being plugged in; I did not notice that before. Also, are you sure the laptop has integrated switchable graphics? I do not know and this may be a deciding factor between the P151HM1 and P150HM. This laptop is sometihng of a midway. At 6.8lbs it is not light, but it weighs less than some of Sager's 17.3" gaming laptops, some weighing more than 12lbs!

  • even though the new i7 cpu eats consumes less power than the previous years, it still has a power hungry gpu. so this laptop would most likely be a desktop replacement imo. this laptop is more suitable plugged in. if it were to be running on battery power, it shouldnt be used for heavy duty gaming.. probably a bit of low end gaming at most.

  • @Klosteral you guys do realized that the laptop isnt plugged in.. if its running on battery power, the frame rates drop drastically. its just that once you unplug a powerful laptop of this caliber, it tries to make up for battery life by switching it onto Intel's integrated gpu on the mobo which is definitely slower. if the laptop were to be plugged in to an outlet, im definitely sure the benchmark would be awesomely smooth.

  • P150HM can upgrade to 485M GTX with 2GB video.

    The low frame is the camera taking the video. Can't request too much!

  • @MobiousBlack The GTX 460m is among the best single laptop graphics cards out there. That is no reason for it to be jerky. You are right, the camera video does not effect the laptop at all, but it does effect what we see in the video. When you film a screen, the camera does not read as fast as the human eye so we see the image to be jerky etc… At least I think thats right…

  • @ssippe123 The demo is actually running faster than this. The thing is that by recording the image on the screen with a camera, the framerate is cut down again, thus resulting in a jerky image – in this video.

  • You guys seem to have some really good deals and products, but damn it's some hard to get in contact with you.

  • Frame rate on the demo is very low. The ships on the screen move very jerky. Shouldn't this machine run the demo a bit faster?

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