Friday, January 25th 2008

HP Pavilion HDX Now With NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS

Hewlett-Packard has updated this week the HP Pavilion HDX entertainment and gaming notebook with a new graphic card option. The Pavilion HDX, which was available only with the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB video card, is now also configurable with the NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS 512MB GPU. This large 15.3-pound laptop features a 20.1-inch display with up to 1920x1200 (1080p) resolution, and is based on the Intel "Santa Rosa" platform with an Intel Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Extreme processor. The notebook features up to 4GB of system memory, up to 500GB hard drive storage capacity, HD DVD and Bly-Ray optical drive options, an integrated TV tuner, and four Altec Lansing speakers accompanied by a subwoofer. Along with regular laptop ports and slots, the HDX provides an HDMI output and an eSATA connector. The basic HP Pavilion HDX configuration is priced at $1,999.

Source: Laptoping.com
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6 Comments on HP Pavilion HDX Now With NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS

#1
mdm-adph
Hewlett-Packard has updated this week the HP Pavilion HDX entertainment and gaming notebook with a new graphic card option. The Pavilion HDX, which was available only with the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT 256MB video card, is now also configurable with the NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS 512MB GPU. This large 15.3-pound laptop...
Uh, huh... what? Please, don't call anything that heavy a "laptop." Just... don't.
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#2
happita
That thing has a 20.1' display holy crap :eek:
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#3
ktr
I have to say is a damn nice desktop replacement. It's not a laptop, but a portable desktop :p
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#4
DEFEATEST
Pretty sweet. Bet you that baby will get hooooootttttttt!!!!!!!
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#5
Triprift
time to replace me lappy.
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#6
CarolinaKSU
It's amazing what $2k will get you these days.. When i went off to college in '03 my parents bought me an HP Ze5400 and I was the coolest kid around, I had the first laptop with a DVD burner on our floor...

Well, take that back, it had a P4 3.06ghz that idled at 50 C, so I wasn't the coolest kid around..
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