I'd like to extend a warm welcome to Origin. Pretty fresh on the scene as a company, the experience of the founders goes way back to Alienware, before the Dell buyout. After seeing the way the company was going, they left Alienware and eventually started Origin.
Origin was founded in 2009, so they've really only been around three years. In this short span of time, they've managed to produce some really high-quality products, which I would feel proud to be using.
Today's review is of Origin's pint-sized EON11-S gaming notebook. This tiny 11-inch beast is solidly made and really impresses me with the amount of hardware they were able to cram into an 11-inch chassis.
There are a few drawbacks to a tiny machine such as this, but you can't beat its portability. The thing is light and compact; exactly what a system needs to be for me to want to carry it around everywhere.
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