CyberpowerPC is noted as being one of the nations leading computer system manufacturers. Their goals are simple provide cutting edge technology at wholesale prices and offer extensive range of tech support. Zeus Hercules gaming notebook from CyberpowerPC comes with Intel new Iris Pro integrated chip and a very thin and light laptop.
The one thing to now about the CyberpowerPC Zeus Hercules notebook is that the dual fan come in very handy to help keep it cool when gaming. The smart thermal cooling system automatically increases airflow when the laptop starts to heat up from intense gaming.
The CyberpowerPC gaming notebook also comes with a very responsive 4.24 x 2.5 inch touchpad. For the display you will get a screen that is about average when it comes to gaming laptops. The laptop weighs about 4 pounds and is 14.9 x 9.96 x0.79 inches.
Speakers are mounted on the bottom of the Zeus Hercules and are not as loud as you may want for a gaming notebook. Music and audio are not this notebook’s strong point. The keyboard has been rated as some what poor by other testers. In one case CyberPowerPC as stated to Laptopmag that their issue could have been from a defective keyboard.
While we don’t think CyberPowerPC’s Zeus Hercules deserves to be in the top of the class it does deserve some mention along the conversations. Battery life is not very good and with a faulty keyboard it makes it hard to spend $1,000.00 plus dollars. Here are the specs on the gaming notebook below.
The Zeus Hercules from CyberPower PC comes with the 2GHz Core i7-4750HQ from Intel and for the OS you have Windows 8. You also get 8GB of RAM and the ability to upgrade to 16GB along with 120GB SSD Drive. The gaming laptop comes with a 14 display and 1920 x 1080 screen resolution with no optical drive.
For the graphics card the Zeus Hercules sports the Intel Iris Pro Graphics 5200. Wi-FI is 802.11b/g/n Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260 and is Bluetooth 4.0 capable. The touchpad on this notebook comes in at 4.25 x 2.25 inches making it very easy to reach and use.
The warranty for this is the standard 1 year limited warranty and of course lifetime technical support. Weight is 4 pounds and the gaming system measures 14.9 x 9.96 x 0.76 inches, with 6-1 card reader and 3 USB ports.
The battery life is just below average and the keyboard really are the major flaws of the Zeus Hercules. If you take a look though there are some pros such as the ability to stay cool while gaming, fast boot times, decent performance and overall a thin light chassis.
There are other gaming notebooks out there that are just better than this one. And some are around the same price if not a little cheaper. Its a solid computer and the Zeus Hercules gaming notebook is worth a mention. What are you currently gaming on? Are you looking for a new gaming notebook? If so tell us the laptops you are considering. If you are Lenovo fans, you should also check new Lenovo G710 gaming notebook that comes with Intel Core i7-4702MQ (optional) and integrated with NVIDIA GeForce GT 720M graphics cards.