I am one of those people that don't think "gaming" and "notebook" should really be in the same sentence.
Granted, we have come a long way with companies like Nvidia when it comes to graphic power on notebook computers. However far too many people buy these "high-end high-dollar" systems expecting them to just play anything they want to play, full on max settings, and it just does not work that way.
It is nice to see this though, I just wish people understood that that "M" at the end pretty much means it will not perform on par with its big brother card. heh