Asus G55VW-DS71 15.6″ gaming laptop model configuration is available for pre-order now, sporting an entry-level quad-core i7-3610QM Ivy Bridge processor, the Nvidia GeForce GTX 660M 2GB GDDR5 video card, and a $1,475 price.
The Asus G55VW will be offered with faster processors down the line, but there’s no info on the availability of better video cards. You’ll just have to be happy with the one included. It also packs 12GB of RAM DDR3 1333MHz, expandable to 16GB. As far as storage there are two drive bays which can hold hard drives, hybrid drives, or SSD.
Regarding audio, the notebook has a built-in subwoofer and is TNX TruStudio certified. The Asus G55VW has a 2-megapixel webcam, three USB 2.0 and a single USB 3.0 port, the new Thunderbolt port, HDMI, and Bluetooth.
For this price you get a single 750GB 7,200rpm HDD and a DVD burner, with an optional Blu-ray. The screen is 15.6″ of full HD.
MSI has this week added a new laptop named the MSI GT783 to their range which they say is currently the worlds fastest gaming laptop. The new MSI GT783 is equipped with a second generation Intel Core i7 quad core processor as well as Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M graphics, and has achieved 16,000 points on the 3D Mark Vantage high resolution test and surpassed the 3,000-point mark in the 3D Mark 11 test, say MSI.
The GT783’s is also fitted with a SteelSeries keyboard which is fully backlit and comes with anew ergonomic design that includes improved key placement with easier access to the WASD cluster, enlarged CTRL and ALT keys, and 3-zone backlit illumination with various light modes and 7 colour options.
Other features on the MSI GT783 include two regular speakers and subwoofer, USB 3.0 ports, eSATA, Bluetooth 3.0, HDMI 1.4 and VGA video outputs, HD webcam, 9-cell battery, and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Bit OS.
The new MSI GT783 gaming laptop is now available to configure and starts at $2,300.
Gamers looking to treat themselves this holiday season, might be interested to know that Razer’s new Blade gaming laptop is approaching pre-order status, and deliveries will be made in time for the holidays, says Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan.
In an Interview with gaming website Kotaku, CEO Min-Liang Tan explained a little behind how the design of their new gaming laptop came about.
“When I served in the army, I was sent for survival training in the dense jungles of the tropics. We carried only the most essential gear and one key item in my kit was my KA-BAR combat knife”
“It was simple, minimalist and utilitarian – and we used it for everything from hunting, to preparing food, cutting rope and building floats. Every night after setting up camp, I would spend my time sharpening it during watch. It was one of the finest knives I’ve ever used – clean, cold. supremely balanced and lethally sharp.”
Shipping has already started to selected gaming CEO’s and pre-order are expected to start for us in a few days time for around $2,800.
MSI has added two new gaming notebooks to its range with the launch of the MSI GT780DXR and GT683DXR, both models come with NVIDIA GeForce GTC 570M graphics and optional Blu-ray burners.
The MSI GT780DXR features a brushed aluminum chassis with a 17.3 inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, processing is provided by an Intel Core i7 processor, and it also comes with 12GB of DDR3 RAM, plus up to 1TB of storage.
Both the RAM and storage can be increased with RAM bumped up to 16GB and storage up to 1.5TB, plus NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M graphics.
The MSI GT683DXR shares similar specifications to the GT780DXR, although it features a 15.6 inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels, an Intel Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M graphics and up to 16GB of RAM.
Both of these new MSI Notebooks will be available shortly, with prices starting at $1,699.99.
Razer offers its customers the new Razer Blade, a 17-inch notebook, which has no intention to compromise as regards performance. This model has a data sheet that has nothing to envy to the most noble desktop systems. The gaming world today can count on a new warhead designed for those who do not intend to give to move with ease. Blade is the result of applying the latest technology and design, a powerful, versatile and competitive in every respect. But we’re going to find out more.
Compact and lightweight, measuring 427 x 277 Razer Blade x 22.4 mm and weighs just over 3 pounds and is the perfect compromise between size and portability. Driven by an Intel Core i7-2640m 2.8 GHz belonging to the family Sandy Bridge with integrated graphics, the notebook also offers support of a powerful Nvidia GeForce GT 555m 2 GB GDDR5 DirectX11 compatible graphics libraries.
Optimus technology automatically decides which of the two solutions, integrated or discrete, activated in different situations to deal with safeguarding the autonomy of the laptop. The amount of system memory to 8 GB DDR3 1,333 MHz and a generous 320 GB hard drive allows storage of their favorite content. The display is represented by an excellent 17-inch Full HD panel (1,920 x 1,080 pixels) LED-based backlighting. This choice is perfect for gaming but also for multimedia, another area in which the Blade Razer is second to none.
Thanks to the built-in webcam, you can keep in touch with their friends while the Gigabit Ethernet or 802.11b/g/n WiFi, you can access the internet for fun maybe with some online gaming session. The power of the notebook is left to a lithium ion battery of 60 Wh.
Razer Blade Switchblade has known the user interface which includes 10 keys dynamically adaptable to provide quick access to commands in-game and a small LCD screen can display information in-game or to work as a true multi-touch panel . Razer Blade will be available in North America by the end of the year at a launch price of $ 2,799.
We know you’re going to be shocked — shocked! — to hear this, but NVIDIA’s gone and refreshed its high-end line of GeForce GTX cards. The GTX 580M takes the place of the GTX 485M, and NVIDIA’s bragging that it’s the “fastest notebook GPU ever,” capable of besting the Radeon HD 6970M’s tesselation performance by a factor of six. The new GTX 570M, meanwhile, promises a 20 percent speed boost over the last-generation 470M. Both 40-nanometer cards support DirectX11, OpenCL, PhysX, CUDA, 3D Vision, Verde drivers, Optimus, SLI, and 3DTV Play. As for battery life, NVIDIA’s saying that when coupled with its Optimus graphics switching technology, the 580M can last through five hours of Facebook, but last we checked, that’s not why y’all are shelling out thousands for beastly gaming rigs. You can find the 580M in the Alienware M17X and M18X (pictured) starting today, though you might have to wait a week or so for them to ship. Meanwhile, the 570M is shipping in the MSI GT780R as you read this, and you’ll also find the 580M in a pair of 3D-capable Clevo laptops: the P170HM3 and the SLI-equipped P270WN. Handy chart full ‘o technical details after the break.
The Asus G74 has a 17.3″ full HD display with optional 3D capability, the Intel Core i7 2630QM quad-core “Sandy Bridge” processor, Nvidia GeForce GTX 560M video card with 3GB of GDDR5 VRAM, four SODIMM slots for up to 16GB of DDR3 RAM memory, two hard drive bays, and THX TruStudio audio with stereo speakers and subwoofer.
The offered models are the G74SX-A1 and G74SX-3DE. Product specifications says the latter is equipped with a 120Hz 3D screen and Nvidia Vision 3D glasses kit. Both notebooks come pre-configured with 12GB RAM, dual 750GB HDDs spinning at 7,200rpm, and an 8-cell 5200 mAh battery. The A1 has a Blu-ray Combo drive, whereas the 3DE includes Blu-ray burner.
Regarding design, the Asus G74 looks simpler than the previous G73 series. It has a matte chassis, but we weren’t able to find out if the display is non-glossy, which would be a change over the previous version.
The laptop has an isle-style backlight keyboard, a tool-less removable bottom of the case for easy access to HDDs and RAM, and a new cooling system with dual fans.
It provides a 3D Vantage benchmark score of 10,000+ points in benchmark’s Performance mode, according to a comparison chart on the product pages.
The G74SX-A1 and G74SX-3DE run Windows 7 Home Premium and are priced at $1,745 and $1,979, respectively, with backpack and gaming mouse included. The estimated arrival time for both systems is June 28.
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