Sunday, August 10, 2008

Clevo Introduces M860TU, M570TU Gaming Laptops

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Clevo, a Taiwanese OEM notebook company, has introduced its M860TU and M570TU gaming laptops at the ongoing 2008 CeBIT show in Germany.

The Clevo M860TU features a 15.4-inch display with a resolution of 1900-by-1200 pixels and Intel’s “new generation” of chipset, processor, and wireless connection, most likely as parts of the upcoming “Montevina” Centrino 2 mobile platform. There are also the Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTX 512MB video card, a HDMI output, e-SATA port, HSDPA 3.5G mobile broadband support, a built-in web camera, and a fingerprint reader accompanied by the Trusted Platform Module.

The 17-inch Clevo M570TU is similar to the M860TU, but it additionally provides a TV tuner and a high-definition (”Blu-ray/HD-DVD”) optical drive. On the other side, the 17-incher lacks HSDPA connectivity. According to NotebookReview’s report, the M570TU’s motherboard supports Nvidia’s next-generation GeForce 9800M-GTX video card.

Currently, there is no info on the availability and pricing of the new laptops. Clevo systems are used as a base for notebooks sold in the United States by PC vendors such as Alienware, Voodoo, Hypersonic, or Sager.
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