Eluktronics’ New Mech-15 G3 Laptop with Mux Switches is a Game Changer

Eluktronics has just launched their latest Mech-15 G3 Laptop with Mux Switches, and this new product should be on your radar if you’re looking to upgrade or even switch brands altogether. With an incredible 4K display, customizable power modes, and support for the newest Intel processors, it’s easy to see why this laptop is changing the game in the gaming industry today. Let’s take a closer look at this advanced technology and see what makes it so special.

Eluktronics’ new laptop

The Eluktronics Mech-15 G3 laptop has been revamped and upgraded and it’s more than worth looking into. While many manufacturers, like Apple, focus on design and aesthetics, Eluktronics focuses on pure performance. By taking off features not needed for gaming in order to save money, they are able to give us high performance at an affordable price. I recently had a chance to play around with it for a few days and I can tell you that if you’re looking for a laptop that has no rivals when it comes to gaming power, look no further than Eluktronics’ new Mech-15 G3! You’ll be playing games without lag or any problems whatsoever!

Price and performance

There’s no getting around it: right now, there are laptops in every price point, but if you want to go as fast as possible, look to spend north of $2,000. The cheapest configuration of Eluktronics’ new Mech-15 G3 laptop starts at $1,500 and comes packed with an 8th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 GPU and 16GB RAM (with upgrade options). But unlike other high-performance gaming laptops in its price range that make due with mobile versions of desktop processors and graphics cards—think Alienware or MSI—the Mech-15 makes use of mux switches.

The coolest features

Until now, no laptop has ever offered key mux switch technology. Eluktronics set out to create a new way to allow users to quickly swap between keyboard layouts for an easier typing experience. No more hitting shift or caps lock in order to switch between QWERTY and Dvorak. Switching from your everyday office layout to gaming or coding has never been easier. For touch typists, it’s a dream come true: ditch your desktop and type in comfort wherever you go.


One of Eluktronics’ greatest assets is their willingness to listen to customer feedback. Their laptops are quickly becoming one of their most popular products and one of their most popular requests has been for backlit keys. It was clear that offering such an upgrade would be highly profitable, but as any laptop manufacturer will tell you, hardware upgrades are typically impossible after manufacturing because they need specialized parts that cannot easily be acquired once assembly has begun. However, Eluktronics has broken through these limitations by replacing individual keys with programmable mux switches, allowing for full hardware modifications post production. A four layer PCB containing each key’s functional layer and its associated circuit components allows for high levels of customization not usually seen in consumer electronics today.

Should you buy it?

I’m not here to convince you to buy one of Eluktronics’ laptops, nor am I here to persuade you not to buy one of their devices. They certainly have their share of fans and people who hate them. What I want to do is educate those interested in buying one, and provide insight into what they’re getting for their money (and what they’re likely missing out on). Let’s start by talking about something that isn’t immediately obvious – performance. While initially it might be tempting to say that it’s a laptop and therefore no big deal if it doesn’t perform as well as your desktop or high-end gaming rig, consider that most games these days are optimized for laptops.

Published by

Daniel Azree

Daniel is the founder CEO of Laptopsea and other Gaming Websites. A website that provides buying guides and information on pc components. He has a passion for writing, and he loves to write about anything related to pc components. View all posts by Daniel Azree