Thunderobot, the online sales phenomenon for gaming laptops in Asia, is celebrating its arrival in Europe with the introduction of its ST-PLUS laptop, its best-selling international product and favorite among the brand's consumers.
The ST-PLUS offers great game speed thanks to its 7th generation Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor; it also boasts powerful NVIDIA-GTX 1050Ti graphics, 30% more powerful than the GTX 1050, and comes equipped with a backlit RGB QWERTY keyboard specifically designed for each country.
The laptop design, in elegant grey, offers a sophisticated line with a modern and futuristic touch, plus a weight of just 2.5 kg.
Carlos Patón, product manager in Europe, declares that "our product is designed in detail by gamers for gamers, players who know very well what they need in terms of hardware and accessories. Born for Gaming, Born for Gamers … this is our DNA’”.
From its new European Thunderobot Service Center, based in Barcelona, Thunderobot also offers a remote technical assistance service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, manned by personnel with extensive computer and technological training. The Thunderobot Service Center also has a local stock of spare parts.
Thunderobot is characterized by its development of computers and gaming accessories of maximum performance featuring innovative designs, created in partnership with leading technology companies such as NVIDIA and INTEL.
The Asian manufacturer offers its consumers a unique opportunity during the launch of the ST-PLUS, namely a welcome gift in the form of the Armor Back-Pack, which will be free for the first 300 buyers of the laptop through the web page, www.Thunderobot.eu.
The Armor Back-Pack, featuring interchangeable armor in three colors (black, blue and orange) stands out for its robustness, its huge capacity (up to 17") and its resistance, since it withstands up to 15 kg in weight.
The ST-PLUS model comes onto the market with a retail price of 1,299 euros.
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Ziran Communication, on Wednesday 17 May, 2017. For more information subscribe and follow https://pressat.co.uk/