PC MicroWorks Vega Offers Dual SLI Graphics

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If the Falcon Northwest FragBook TLX wasn’t enough to get your juices flowing, PC MicroWorks would like you to consider their new Vega Super Notebook. PC MicroWorks claims to offer the fastest consumer systems in the world, and the Vega looks to be their big for the ultimate desktop replacement system, sporting an AMD Dual Core Turion TL-60 X2 processor, up to 600 GB of storage, support for 4 GB of memory, and a massive 20.1-inch LCD display with dual SLI Nvidia 7950GTX X-treme GPUs with a up to a gig of video RAM. And did we mention the optional Blu-ray burner?

“Though it may be a little late to make it under the Christmas tree for some shoppers, this impressive new laptop may be worth the wait for others,” stated Timothy Lee, PC MicroWorks Media Relations Director, in a release. And it’ll take more than patience to set hands on a Vega: the base configuration starts at $3,599. Fully tricked out with EVDO, GPS, TV tuner, 4 GB of RAM, dual hard drives for 600 GB of storage, dual SLI, and (of course!) that Blu-ray burner, price tags on the Vega can top an extreme $7,800. The Vega also sports and 8-in-1 media card reader, five USB 2.0 ports, 1 mini-1394/FireWire port, S-Video output DVI video output, audio line-in, headphone and microphone jacks, a PCMCIA slot, a built-in 1.3 megapixel Webcam, integrated Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi, and Ethernet.

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