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Tuesday, 12 May 2009 11:48

Core i7 notebook tested

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€4,000 rig with a GTX 280M

We talked
about Core i7-based Clevo/Eurocom notebook a few times already, but this is the first time we see a proper review of the beast.

Our German colleagues at notebookjournal.de have put the behemoth through its paces, and as you might imagine performance is stellar. Basically, it's the fastest notebook money can buy, and you'll need quite a bit of money to get one.

The tested version, powered by a Core i7 965, with three 320GB drives, 8GB of memory and GTX 280M graphics, costs €4,060.

You can check out the full review here. (German)


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