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6800 mobile?!?!

Wed Sep 29, 2004 9:58 pm

was bored and wandered of to TH and saw this

http://www.eurocom.com/products/showroom/D900T(r).cfm

a laptop with a mobile 6800..."256MB nVidia GeForce 6800 Go (16x PCI Express)" :o


i want one...wonder how it performs


17-inch WSXGA+ 1680-by-1050 pixels or WUXGA 1920-by- 1200 pixels UltraBright Active Matrix Display
-up to 3.6 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Processor w/ 1MB cache(socket-775)
- upgradable video 16x PCI-Express with 256 MB DDR2 (NVidia GeForce 6800 Go or NVidia Quadro FX Go1400))with HDTV output
- up to 4 GB of Dual-Channel DDR2-400/533; 4 sockets /2 dual-channels
- two physical hard drives; up to 240GB; SATA or ATA support with RAID 0,1 support
- two physical optical drives including slot-based 8x MULTI DVD (DVD-RAM/-RW/+-RW)
- two FireWire (IEEE1394a) ports
- 1 Gigabit LAN on-board
 
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Fri Oct 15, 2004 1:36 am

Awsome specs but the price is less awsome...

nVidia is up to this upgradable video for laptops i haven't read much about it but I think I read it on THW,I'm not sure.
If it works,I might buy one...
 
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Fri Oct 15, 2004 1:54 am

As long as you submerge the entire laptop in Liquid Nitrogen!
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Fri Oct 15, 2004 3:06 am

It's not a "mobile" 6800, in the sense of a some special low-power version. They've just crammed a regular 915P motherboard into a laptop form factor, and crammed a lot of other desktop components in there as well including a 6800. Which is impressive, from a cramming-lots-of-crap-into-a-small-space sort of way (and assuming it can run any length of time without going into thermal stress, there's some impressive engineering there too). But notice it weighs 5.2 -- kilos, not pounds, so you're not resting it on your lap (where it would likely burn you anyway). I'm sure you can measure the battery life in minutes. And I wonder if the sound system can be heard over the fans.

Still, if you want some kind of portable gaming rig, or you need to do wokstation work on site somewhere, and don't mind spending crazy amounts of money for it, have at it. It's kind of the laptop version of this.

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