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Friday, 23 March 2007 11:33

First DirectX 10 laptops from Clevo

Written by Sanjin Rados


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CEBIT 2007: MXM-IV 8800 mobile parts

 
We found a lot of notebooks marked "Vista ready" but only a few of them had  DirectX 10 hardware inside. A few of such machines have appeared on the Clevo booth. Clevo is a big ODM (Original Design Manufacture) that makes a lot of notebooks for Alienware and Eurocom.

The big 17 inch machine was branded as  MXM-IV Module and "Enthusiast DirectX 10 VGA". It has to be one mobile 8800 part inside.

 

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Perhaps this one that we saw on MSI boot.

 

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M570RU is one of two laptops with DirectX 10 MXM-IV modules inside. Both of them are 17-inch laptops but M570RU has rather modest 1280x800 resolution. It sports Intel Merom Core 2 Duo processor, PM965 chipset and up to 4GB of DDR2/667 memory.

Security is elevated with fingerprint scanner, music comes through built-in 2x speakers with sub-woofer and SRS WOW 3D sound technology and it has Video camera.

 

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The second one is named D900C, and it has 1920x1200 screen and should sports SLI setup and a Conroe CPU. It has a normal P965 chipset, RAIT, TMP, a TV tuner, VGA out and a camera. 

 
Clevo did a good job and we hope to see more from them, probably with Alienware sticker on. 

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