Clevo M590K 19" AMD Turion Notebook with NVIDIA SLI GPU

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Clevo M590K 19" AMD Turion Notebook with NVIDIA SLI GPU

Post by Apoptosis » Wed Mar 22, 2006 9:02 am

Want a notebook with SLI graphics today? The industry's first notebook featuring 19" widescreen display and nVIDIA SLI Technology is out from Clevo. Clevo calls this whitebook notebook the M590K, but system builders are calling them by different names.

One system builder lists this system as the C5950 and is currently taking pre-orders for $2899. Link

Clevo 5950 Features:

- 19" (16:10) WSXGA+ (1680x1050) Super Clear Glare Display
- Dual nVidia GeForce 7800GTX GDDR3 256MB SLI
- AMD Turion 64 ML-40 (Optional MT-40 / ML-44)
- nForce4 core logic
- 1024MB 2x512MB DDR 400MHz
- 80GB 5400rpm SATA I
- 8X DVD+/-RW Multi Drive
- Gigabyte Super 802.11a/b/g + Bluetooth
- 8 Channel Surround Sound, 4 embedded speakers
- Built-in 4-in-1 Card Reader (MS/MS PRO/SD/MMC)
- Built-in 1.3 M Digital Video Camera
- Built-in 56K V90 Internal Modem
- Built-in 10/100/1000 Ethernet
- MiniPCI expansion
- 18.7" (w) x 13.5" (d) x 1.2" ~ 1.9" (h)
- 14.55LBs with Battery

Clevo M590K (C5950) Pictures:

From the Front:

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From the Right Side:

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From the Left Side:

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Post by Apoptosis » Wed Mar 22, 2006 10:12 am

Update: I just found that this notebook does come in a barebone model that allows you to build it yourself. The price is $2369.00 for the whitebook and is available in the Unite States from Gen-X-PC.

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Post by -mogwai » Wed Mar 22, 2006 3:32 pm

i'd rather get the macbook pro.... that thing is SOOOO nice....

http://gearlog.com/blogs/gearlog/archiv ... /8212.aspx

and now that you can dual boot windows xp and mac os x on apple computers with the intel processors inside, it's too sweet :)

only thing it's lacking is gpu power, but i'm anti-serious laptop gaming, anyways...
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