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ABS Mayhem G1

ABS Mayhem G1
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Oct, 2014

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ABS Mayhem G1

 

ABS positions the Mayhem G1 as a gaming notebook. But while the bulky 7.9-pound unit does have a nice 15.4-inch (1280 by 800) wide-aspect screen, an ATI Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics chip and 128MB of graphics RAM, its gaming chops are not especially,...

Upgrading the Mayhem requires a screwdriver and is a little awkward: A cover held in place by 11 small screws protects the hard drive and memory slots, and another screw inside secures the hard drive. By comparison, the battery is a snap to remove:...

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ABS Mayhem G1 (Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz, 512MB, 80GB, DVD CDRW, 15.4

 

Artwork: Rick Rizner, John Goddard

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The ABS Mayhem G1 Gamer's Notebook

 

THG subjected the Mayhem G1 gaming notebook from ABS Computers to its usual fare of stringent tests. With its ATi Mobility Radeon 9600 graphics card with 128 MB of RAM, a 3.0 GHz Pentium 4 and a 7200 RPM hard-drive, does the notebook meet gamers'...

You get the picture. Halo, with all the detail turned up, was very playable on the Mayhem G1. Halo is one of the most graphically intense games on the market, and it is impressive for a notebook to get 24 frames per second on the time demo

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