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Supposed to be out now, I havn't seen any laptops yet and only 82.10 supports tis GPU.

Look here for more info : http://www.nvidia.com/page/go_7300.html

[uPDATE] Done some digging around and found ASUS will be the first to release this GPU based Laptop.

ASUS Introduces World's First NVIDIA GeForce Go 7300 Based Notebooks

A6Vm and A6Km Notebook Series offer beautiful graphics, enhanced computing and faster connectivity 

Taipei, Taiwan; October 24, 2005 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc. (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance notebook computers, today introduced the 15.4? widescreen A6Vm and A6Km Notebook Series ? the world's first notebooks to adopt NVIDIA's latest GeForce Go 7300 graphics processing unit (GPU) for incredible 3D graphics performance.

?The ASUS A6Vm and A6Km are the latest of the best-selling A6 Notebook Series,? stated Rob Csongor, General Manager of Notebook GPUS at NVIDIA. ?By adding a GeForce Go 7-series mobile GPU, it's clear that these notebooks have been designed to provide users a powerful processing platform with all the 3D and video capabilities of a true Multimedia Notebook.?

In addition, the notebooks also incorporate built-in high-resolution webcam and Bluetooth V2.0+EDR module for better connectivity as well as faster connection that complete the digital entertainment experience.

Built-in Webcam and Microphone

Whether it's at home, hotel rooms, coffee shops or airports, as long as there is Internet connection, the A6 links users to the rest of the world via built in webcam and microphone. Mobile video conferencing anytime is now possible without bulky webcams and tangling wires.

Cinematic Audio Deliverance

Built-in S/PDIF connection guarantees the integrity of digital audio data transfer, delivering high quality audio performance that completes the total gaming experience. In addition, the A6 notebooks offer the Audio DJ feature that enables instant music playing. Now there is no need to wait for the notebook to boot or enter the OS for music enjoyment.

Exclusive Power Saving Technology

Power4 Gear+ is a unique technology available exclusively from ASUS only. It offers eight operation modes designed specifically for various applications. Power is distributed according to the operation modes to ensure that no power goes to waste. The A6 Series delivers the long lasting battery performance needed for the most intense games.

Specification

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A6Vm

Intel® Centrino? Mobile Technology

  -Intel® Pentium® M Processor 700 Sequence

  -Mobile Intel® 915PM Express Chipset

  -IIntel® PRO/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection

Microsoft® Windows® XP

  -Home

  -Professional

DDRII 533MHz, up to 1GB

15.1" XGA, SXGA/ 15.4" WXGA Color Shine LCD

NVidia GeForce? Go7300 with 128MB/256MB TurboCache? Technology

40/60/80/100GB

Built-in 1.3M pixel webcam

802.11b/g, a/b/g, 10/100/1000, 1xBluetooth V2.0+EDR

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A6Km

AMD Turion? 64 Mobile Technology, 1MB L2 cache

25W MT28/30/32/34/37; 35W ML-30/34/37/40

Microsoft® Windows® XP

  -Home

  -Professional

DDR333, up to 1 GB

15"/15.4? XGA / WXGA (Color Shine)

NVidia GeForce? Go7300 with 128MB/256MB TurboCache? Technology

40/60/80/100GB

Built-in1.3 M pixel webcam

802.11b/g, a/b/g, 10/100/1000, 1xBluetooth V2.0+EDR

1x TV-Out, 4x USB, 1x Card Reader,

354x284x35mm, 2.85Kg

35.4x28.4x3.5 cm, 2.85Kg

1x TV-Out, 4x USB, 1x Card Reader

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The go7300 will be the lower end GPU (entry level) GPU from nVidia.

I think this GPU will not have much of a perfromance increase over the go6600, not worth upgrading to.

There is a go7400 also in the pipeline this might be a better choice, hopefully there will also be a go7600 to actually be a good replacement for the go6600.

These are only my thoughts, others may vary.

As for buying the go7300, the laptop should be released officially soon, no one carries this line yet.

And as for buying a go7300 as an upgrade, I'm not sure wether any one will offer this as an MxM board you can put in your laptop and upgrade like a desktop.

Time will tell.

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