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Tuesday, 10 April 2007 18:37

Malibal 20 inch laptop

Written by test1

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Monster with a subwoofer


Now we have seen it all. As if two graphics cards and two hard drives were not enough, Malibal has added a subwoofer to its 20" monster sized Veda series laptop. This is a complete desktop replacement.

 

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The interior of the laptop has all what a pro needs. It is powered by AMD's Dual Core Turion TL-60 with two Nvidia Quadro FX Go 2500M 512MB cards and is enough for anyone who is in the CAD or 3D business. If you are interested in gaming you can choose GeForce Go 7950GTX with 512MB GDDR3. Two hard drives, and a 7-in-1 reader, integrated TV-tuner, web cam, DVD burner, and we can't think of anything else that they have missed.    


We belive the subwoofer can be a very positive thing, of course, if it is integrated in the chassis properly. On the negative side, the subwoofer can sound distorted because it is in a very small plastic chassis. We won't ask how long the battery will endure once you start this power hungry sub.


Read more here, and here.


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