Furthermore, XMG has pricing and availability data to share for those interested in the Neo 15/Oasis. The quick-connect XMG Oasis AIO cooling accessory for the new Neo 15 laptops, raised some eyebrows when it was announced with a video demonstration, talk of the concept behind the design and some key tech specs. XMG now states that it made “quite a few improvements” since CES time.
Released more details on the Neo 15 and Oasis external AIO cooling boxes, which it teased at CES 2022. The German PC manufacturer released some of the crucial specs at the time, but today it shared more detailed Neo 15 (E22) configuration options, some Oasis design revisions, and an intriguing laptop plan for H1 2022.
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Rubber seal of the water port has been improved: now it has only a single ventilation hole. Will serve as pressure valve but keeps liquid inside. The rubberized portion of the refill port on top of XMG Oasis has been improved for a much tighter fit of the closing cover. PCB in XMG Oasis has been improved to avoid electromagnetically induced acoustic noises. Firmware in XMG Oasis has been improved and will now allow OTA firmware updates. The chassis of XMG Oasis is now all black with the XMG logo on top.
The XMG Neo 15 (E22) is going to be made available with Intel’s new Core i7-12700H, and a choice of one of three GeForce RTX GPU options. XMG stresses that the Nvidia mobile GPUs will all come with the maximum TGP allowable; the RTX 3080 Ti with 16GB GDDR6 VRAM up to 175 watts, the RTX 3070 Ti with up to 150 watts and the RTX 3060, which operates at 140 watts. It is highlighted that the RTX 3060 is also an upgrade on last year’s efforts as it maxed out at 130 watts in previous generation laptop designs.
XMG says that the new Pro models are more balanced devices, so design aspects such as portability, weight, slimness have a higher priority. Nevertheless, the new Pro chassis is going to be quite performant, with the top model featuring an RTX 3080 Ti operating at a TGP of 155 watts (compared to the 2021 model with a max 105 watts). Interestingly XMG has decided to fit the Pro laptops to with DDR4, hedging its bets with regard to DDR5 supply/demand.
Elsewhere in the roadmap, the slim Fusion line will continue to slim down and will move to a 16:10 display. Moreover, we might see the first Arc Alchemist powered models join this line. XMG Apex series with Ryzen 6000 CPUs will be of interest to some, and the Core series will be revealed more sully nearer to release. If you live outside of Europe you might find XMG-like laptops sold under brand names like Eluctronics (USA) or others.
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