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Wednesday, 11 February 2009 12:13

Asus first with Geforce GT 120M notebook

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The 14-inch N81Vg notebook

Asus has announced what appears to be the "world's first" notebook with Geforce GT 120M graphics card. The new N81Vg notebook comes with a 14-inch LED backlit LCD screen and is equipped with wide variety of Intel's Core 2 Duo CPUs.

The new N81Vg measures 342 x 256 x 36mm and weighs 2.5kg with a 6-cell battery. Apart from the wide variety od Intel Core 2 Duo CPUs ranging from the T5800 to T9400, the rest of the spec includes up to 4GB of DDR2-800 memory, up to 500GB of SATA storage, DVD super-multi or a Blu-Ray DVD combo optical drive, an intergrated 1.3MP web cam and of course Nivida's Geforce GT 120M graphics.

Of course, we are talking about a re-branded Geforce 9500 which now has a prettier name, the GT120, but still a lot of buyers will be buying what Asus likes to market as "a GPU that delivers a visual computing experience far superior to other notebooks in this category today." The new N81Vg should be available soon but the price remains unknown.

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