The new Cyberpower Fangbook having model number as Evo HX6-100 -- a performance laptop having unique outline -- may be too much costly for some people, but customers like this as the Fangbook Evo resemblance slightly to Alienware laptops.
The cover of the MSI-composed skeleton is covered in a honeycomb effect black and silver sticker with silver lines encompassing a red Cyberpower logo present in the center. Additionally there is also a red plastic complement that circles the edge of the laptop, separating the rest part from the chassis bottom part. The palm rest is produced from a black brushed metal and plastic composite that is cool to the touch. It appears good, despite the fact that it picks up dust and grease very easily. The Chiclet-style keyboard is illuminated by red LEDs which is in good combination with the laptop's overall color scheme and also some red highlights are present behind the speaker grille underneath the screen. It is a predictable look, but it is disgrace about the appalling sticker on the cover.
The typical supplement of connection ports is present outer to the chassis edge. The VGA port, DVD drive and USB2 port are present to the right and three more USB ports (two USB3) are in the left side. Sufficient space for media files and games are present in 1 TB mechanical hard disk. On paying extra, you can upgrade using Cyberpower's online system configuration tools. Excellent keyboard, chunky keys and plenty of travel and feedback are some features. The key issues are that the layout is slightly unusual and a gap between the keyboard tray and the rest of the chassis. The specifications involve Quad-core 2.5GHz Intel Core i7 processor with 8GB RAM and screen size of 15.6in having 1,920x1,080 resolution and 1TB hard disk.