The Samsung Odyssey Z, not to be confused with Odyssey Magnavox or Samsung VR headset, is the electronics juggernaut’s latest gaming laptop. Once you open the lid, then you will see just how far that design ethos goes. The keyboard has been pushed into the lowest part of the plateau, and between that and the 1080 p display is what Samsung calls the Z AeroFlow Cooling System. Here is how a company describes it: The custom designed Dynamic Spread Vapor Chamber is an intelligently made air flow, that covers both Graphics processing unit and CPU from edge to edge for optimum warmth control, and that means you may full performance game with reassurance.

The Vapor Chamber is assisted by Z AeroFlow Cooling Design, to effectively push the cold air to the hottest portions of the apparatus above and below, whilst trapping the warm air from the vents. Two integrated Z Blade Blowers adds sophistication of Odyssey Z’s thermal architecture, ensuring a perspiration free gaming session. Therefore, it sounds much like a vapor chamber temperature regulation system, as seen in gaming Personal Computer rigs and Microsoft’s Xbox One X, that makes us wonder why Samsung didn’t only mention it’d a vapor chamber cooling system. The laptop computer features a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Max-Q Graphics processing unit, up to 16GB of DDR4 Memory, an 8th gen, Core i7 Core 6 processor and distinctive concave keyboard caps to help keep your fingers in place.

What is a Max-Q GPU? . Well, it is a very low power version of NVIDIA’s regular mobile opposed to sit at the center below the keyboard as on a traditional laptop computer, the Odyssey Z’s is smaller and is on the lower righthand side. Much like where a mouse will be with a desktop computer. Above the trackpad resides a quartet of keyboard shortcuts for capturing and recording your exploits. When compared to the Razer Blade, it is a little bigger at each turn, measuring 14.78 x 10.03 x 71 inches and 5.3 lbs against the Blade’s 13.6 inches, 4.47 pound chassis. Razer’s gaming laptop computer is also accessible with a regular 1060, and a comparable configuration is about $1, 800. Pricing isn’t accessible for the Odyssey Z only yet, but the laptop computer will go on sale in China and Korea this month, with the ambiguous Q3 2018 release window for domestic customers.