Asus seems to be quite serious when it comes to Gaming PCs. A few days ago, they launched the ROG CG6190 gaming PC which was powered by Intel i7 processor. They have now launched a new series of gaming notebooks called ‘G71’ which they claim to be the World’s first quad core gaming notebook containing the Intel Core 2 Extreme Processor QX9300.
It has a 17 inch WUXGA Crystal Shine display with a high brightness and response time. It has Nvidia Geforce 9700M GT processor having 512 MB memory, 4 GB DDR2 SDRAM and Intel Turbo technology. It will also have dual hard drives of 500GB and WiFi. The notebook will also be overclocked and there will be no overspeed protection thus enabling it to deliver high performance. It will come with Windows Vista Ultimate. Another machine in the G71 series will have Intel Core 2 Duo processor T9400 2.53 GHz. 6 MB cache and the rest of the config will be nearly the same.
That’s not all, it will even come with a BlueRay combo drive, 2MP Web cam and integrated Bluetooth. To make your gaming experience more unique, it also comes with Direct Console 2.0 All in one gaming interface which allows users to configure processor settings according to there needs. The machine features microphone and headphones jacks, VGA port, HDMI, eSATA, IEEE 1394 port, four USB ports and LAN. The LED status indicators will show information on power, battery, storage devices access, wireless and Bluetooth status, as well as the traditional capital, scroll and number lock indicators.
The G71 notebook with Intel Quad Core is available at a price of £1,999 and the one having Intel Core 2 Duo processor is available for £1,349.
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