The MALIBAL Nine X7200 laptop allows anyone to game on the PC wherever they are with its Intel hexa-core processor, dual NVIDIA GTX 480 graphics cards, up to 12 GB of RAM and more, starting at $2,075. Find out what Kevin Pereira and Sara Underwood decide to rate this gaming laptop on Gadget Pr0n.
What You Need to Know
This is the biggest, heaviest laptop we've ever had on the show
It weighs just over 13 lbs.
The power brick by itself weighs about 4 lbs.
It’s around 3” thick
There's more than enough wrist space over W,A,S, and D, but the spot underneath your wrist gets a little warm when you play for awhile
Since it's so thick, it's raised kind of high off the table that you're playing on, so you may need to raise your seat a bit
It also has a multi-touch track pad, which is nice; you can pinch and zoom, do two-finger navigation and utilize a couple of application shortcuts
It's actually kind of a small track pad, but let's face it, you're going to be using a gaming mouse with this the majority of the time
It blew away our normal gaming benchmarks for a laptop and it's twice as fast as any laptop we've ever tested
Obviously, it can handle any game on the market, and it's future-proof for years to come; we're confident it'll last you at least 2 years
This is the fastest laptop we've ever tested by far
This laptop starts at $2,100, but the configuration we have is almost $5,000
It's a Buy for the cheaper configuration!
Even though it's huge, we can't deny the amazing performance even on the cheaper configuration