In Pictures: Extreme tech - 22 devices that go all out

Check out these 22 devices that push the limits of technology in almost every way.

Powerful: Origin EON17-S

The extreme customization Origin offers for this laptop—with a huge number of possible component combinations—will bliss out geeky gamers, though it will cost them.

Weighing more than 11 pounds, including its power brick, the Origin EON17-S gaming laptop is far from subtle. Its large case and strong fan are only the beginning.

With that big package comes incredible power. The Core i7 CPU can run as high as 4.5GHz in Turbo Boost mode, and the $3442 laptop that PCWorld reviewed turned in astonishing numbers on our benchmark tests.

Origin EON17-S | Starts at $1560

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