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First 19” notebook with SLI


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Malibal, a laptop manufacturer, yesterday announced what they are calling the world’s first 19” notebook computer with dual Nvidia GPUs. The new Veda Series is currently priced at $3,299 for a base configuration and looks to be available now.

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The Malibal Veda Series, said the computer manufacturer, has a 19”, 1680 x 1050 LCD and sports a pair of Nvidia GeForce Go 7800 GTX GPUs. These are coupled with an Nvidia nForce4 SLI media and communications processor. Other features of this laptop include on-board AMD Turion 64 mobile technology, dual-channel PC2-3200 DDR 400MHz memory, Microsoft Windows XP Professional, 802.11g integrated wireless, integrated Bluetooth, double layer 8x DVDRW +/- optical drive and a wide array of ports for various A/V and data connections.

“Delivering top performance, diverse functionality and convenient compatibility, the Veda Series reaffirms our impassioned commitment to producing laptops that continually push the limits of mobile technology,” said Matthew Plott, founder, MALIBAL, in a statement.

News from: Digital Trends

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Thats because it's a Clevo build M590K

Their all based on the Clevo 590K who build them.

So saying they are the 1st to release a 19" notebook is hogwash

Is this be the real 1st 19" lappy ?

19" is old hat, there is a 20.1" laptop out there too now.

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Thats because it's a Clevo build M590K

Their all based on the Clevo 590K who build them.

So saying they are the 1st to release a 19" notebook is hogwash

Is this be the real 1st 19" lappy ?

19" is old hat, there is a 20.1" laptop out there too now.

I want to see the first 27in widscreen laptop. LOL it be like a big Pizza box

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