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Review: Rock Xtreme Ti 3.6 Laptop

by Tarinder Sandhu on 23 June 2005, 00:00

Tags: Dell (NASDAQ:DELL), AMD (NYSE:AMD), ATi Technologies (NYSE:AMD), NVIDIA (NASDAQ:NVDA), rock, Stone Group

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Rock Xtreme Ti 3.6 laptop

Desktop-replacement laptops have come on leaps and bounds in the past two of three years. You can literally match the performance of all but the very best desktop, assuming your wallet is thick enough and you don't mind a DTR laptop that will inevitably weigh on the wrong side of 4KG.

Rock will be a name familiar to many of you as a well-regarded laptop-only vendor. The company's range begins at around the Ā£500 mark and extends to, well, whatever your heart desires. At the higher end of the performance spectrum, Rock has its Xtreme XT and Xtreme Ti machines. Reading their respective specifications you'd be forgiven for thinking they were some kind of SFF-based PC, such has been the advancement in gaming laptops.

We were fortunate enough to take a fully-loaded Rock Xtreme Ti 3.6 for a review spin. Read on to see what we thought.