Raptor X17 powered by NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 (9728 CUDA) now available with i9-14900HX (24C/32T); 96GB DDR5; and 24TB of RAID 0/1/5 NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSDs
12-inch Widescreen WXGA TFT Screen; 1280-by-800 pixels with Glossy Surface

  • Powerful Processor, Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile; FSB800; 4MB L2 cache

  • up to 4GB of DDR2-667 Memory

  • Storage: up to 250GB of high performance SATA hard drive (Solid State Drive(SSD)optional) and Portable Media via 7-in-1 Card Reader

  • Optical Drive: Built-in DVD Burner or Blu Ray
  • Microsoft DirectX 10 3D graphics accelerator

  • Optional internal UTMS/HSDPA 3.5G Module for High Speed Downlink Packet Access

  • Sound System: EAX 1.0 & 2.0; A3D; S/PDIF output; Mic-in; 2 speakers

  • Ports: 3xUSB 2.0; 1xFireWire; 1xCRT; 1xHeadphone Jack; 1xMic in; 1xinternal Mic; 1xS/PDIF out

  • Security: Kengsington Lock; TPM and Fingerprint recognition

  • Communications: 1Gigabit LAN; Bluetooth; WLAN 802.11abg; 56K V90/V92 Modem and HSDPA 3.5G

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    Penryn goes portable

    Intel's desktop CPUs have moved to a 45nm process, but what
    benefits will the mobile Penryn line bring to notebooks?

    Intel's position as leader of the CPU performance race doesn't necessarily mean that computer sales are skyrocketing, or even that this year's desktop is capable of
    tasks that were only a pipe dream 12 months ago. Far from it. The latest
    line of Penryn processors from Intel has had nothing of the impact we saw when the fi rst 65nm Core 2 chips launched, perhaps because there's been no great shift in architecture.
    Since Intel reclaimed the lead in the performance battle, it could be argued that its strategy revolves mainly around rebranding the same chips; some small tweaks, a change
    to the name and, hey presto, a new product. Thankfully, we have the Nehalem architecture - slated for the end of this year - to look forward to. Being a redesign rather than a refresh, with new features such as an integrated memory controller and
    the promise of scaling up to eight cores, this will have a far greater impact on performance than Penryn.