System76 Launches new High-End Laptop

Aug 27, 2020

System76 has unleashed a beast of a mobile workstation.

System76 is not one to rest on reputation. Instead of being content with an already impressive lineup, they’re always looking to up their game. With the release of the Bonobo WS, the Denver, Colorado company has done just that.

The new Bonobo WS is centered around Intel’s 10th Gen Comet Lake CPU and is matched with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super Desktop GPU. You can spec the Bonobo WS with up to 128GB of RAM and up to 24TB of NVMe storage. As far as display, the Bonobo WS offers a 17" matte display with either 1080p or 4k.

As you can probably guess, this isn’t your average laptop. It’s also a thick beast of a machine weighing in at approximately 8.3 pounds, so the Bonobo WS isn’t going to be the laptop you grab when you’re jetting about and need the ability to browse the internet or send an email or two. This machine is all about one thing – power – and it delivers.

The base price for the Bonobo WS is $2300 USD, which includes a Core i5 10600K CPU, NVIDIA RTX 2060 GPU, 17.3" 1080p display, 16GB of RAM, and 240GB of NVMe internal storage. If you really want to go crazy, you spec the Bonobo WS all the way out to $11,210 USD (which includes an i9-10900K CPU, massive amounts of RAM, storage, and a 4K display).

Configure and purchase your System76 Bonobo WS now.

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