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Monday, 21 May 2007 11:03

NextComputing releases new Quad-Core laptop

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Creators of the first flextop computer, NextComputing have released a low voltage 50W version of its 5300 Series on its NextDimension family based around Quad Core Xeon chips.

The company is to demonstrate the NextDimension Evo HD, featuring eight processor cores, at Interop Las Vegas 2007.

In a press release the company said that the NextDimension Pro and Evo models combined with the Quad-Core Intel Xeon Processor 5300 Series are the first portable computer or open standards appliance to have an eight core capability.

All components of the system are open standards, and modular, making it truly a plug and play machine that can be configured and reconfigured to suit the needs of the end user or OEM. Other key features enhancing the functionality of the NextDimension Evo include an onboard hardware RAID controller for up to six SAS drives, onboard SATA support for up to eight drives, IEEE 1394 (FireWire), Audio Line-in/out, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and up to 24GB memory via four DMA channels.

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