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Monday, 09 April 2012 11:32

Clevo Ivy Bridge lineup leaked

Written by Peter Scott



Pricey 15- and 17-inch beasts


An eager retailer has jumped the gun and listed several high-end Clevo notebooks based on Intel’s upcoming Ivy Bridge processors.

The new Clevo P series includes 15.6-inch models with 1080p displays, as well as 17.3-inchers in 1920x1200. However, the really important bits are under the bonnet. All P-series rigs feature quad-core Ivy Bridge processors, coupled with Nvidia GTX 670M or GTX 675M graphics.

Of course, all this goodness does not come cheap and the flagship P170EM IV comes in at €3,299. It boasts a Core i7-3920XM processor, 32GB of DDR3 memory, courtesy of Corsair, with two 256GB Samsung SSDs and GTX 675M graphics with 2MB of memory.

The 15.6-inch P150EM IV is somewhat cheaper, €2899 to be exact, and it features a hybrid storage configuration, with a 256GB SSD and 750GB hard drive. Like its big brother, it also features a Core i7-3920XM processor, 32GB of DDR3 memory and GTX 675M graphics.

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