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Friday, 27 March 2009 12:44

Maingear announces its new mX-L notebook

Written by Slobodan Simic

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13.3-inch with custom laser etching

System builder Maingear has announced its newest 13.3-inch mX-L notebook. The mX-L is based on Intel's G45 Express chipset, has a 13.3-inch LED backlit screen and has a option for high quality custom laser etching on the lid.

The new Maingear mX-L notebook can be equipped with up to 8GB of memory, Intel's Core 2 Duo P8600, P8700, P9600 or T9800 CPU, wide choice of HDDs with up to 500GB of capacity or Intel's X25-M 80 or 160GB SSD, DVD writer or Blu-ray and much more. The notebook comes with Intel's GMA X4500HD integrated graphics and unfortunately doesn't offer any other option.

The 13.3-inch ultra bright LED backlit glossy screen has a maximum resolution of 1280x800 and the rest of the specs include Gigabit Ethernet, Draft-n WiFi, optional Bluetooth, and a 4-cell battery.

The entire notebook weighs around 2kg (4.4 pounds), and it is shipped with Windows Vista Home Premium or Ultimate. The price starts at US $1,099.99 but can be pushed all the way to US $3,178.25.

You can find it here.

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