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Eurocom Ships the World's Most Powerful 3D On-the-Go 12 lbs (5.5 kg) Notebook

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Eurocom Corporation a developer of long lifespan, fully upgradable Notebooks, high performance Mobile Workstations and Mobile Servers announces support NVIDIA 3D Vision in the new EUROCOM Panther 4.0, powered by the super powerful dual NVIDIA GeForce 580M in SLI.

    The EUROCOM Panther 4.0 is available as a 3D enabled system or a non 3D system, as always Eurocom puts the choice in the hands of the customer. Supporting 3D technology provides users with an immersive 3D experience in games, movies, and any content with built in depth.

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    "The Panther 4.0 3D is here, a system that offers the power of 580M SLI with the enhanced viewing capability of NVIDIA 3D vision, to give our customers exactly what they want" says Mark BIalic, Eurocom President.

    The EUROCOM Panther 4.0 will also support Quad Buffering 3D technology, via supported NVIDIA Quadro cards to further enhance the capability and professional deployment of the Panther 4.0.

    The EUROCOM Panther 4.0 Super-Notebook supports an MXM 3.0b interface with the ability to support two 100 W GPUs in AMD CrossFireX and NVIDIA SLI. The newest and most powerful AMD Radeon, NVIDIA GeForce and NVIDIA Quadro graphics processors are supported to give Eurocom customers the ultimate flexibility to customize their Panther 4.0 into the ultimate Gaming System, Professional Mobile Workstation or CUDA development system.

    The EUROCOM Panther 4.0 uses quad channel memory, and enables the Panther 4.0 to initially support up to 32 GB of DDR3 1600 MHz RAM via four 8 GB SODIMM 204 pin modules. With such massive amounts of RAM available, the Panther 4.0 becomes a great tool for virtualization and server class environments.

    The Eurocom Panther 4.0 supports complete line of Intel LGA2011 processors, consisting of Intel Core i7, Intel Core i7 Extreme and Xeon processors. The three types of processors offer customers various levels of computing capabilities. The Panther 4.0 is the world's first Sandy Bridge-E notebook with a full X79 chipset using the LGA2011 socket.

    "For our professional clients using our Mobile Workstations with NVIDIA Quadro GPUs, support for Quad buffered 3D technology gives them a great 3D experience on a mobile super computing platform" explains Mark Bialic.

    Available Video Technology in Panther 4.0:

    - Modular MXM 3.0b; supports both SLI and CrossFireX
    - NVIDIA GeForce: GTX 580M, GTX 560M;
    - NVIDIA Quadro: 5010M, 4000M, 3000M;
    - AMD Radeon: HD 6990M, HD 6970M;

    EUROCOM Panther 4.0:

    - CORE LOGIC: Intel X79 Express Chipset
    - BIOS: Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI); AMI
    - PROCESSOR: up to Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme(3.30 GHz, 15 MB L3 cache)
    - MEMORY: up to 32 GB; DDR3-1333/1600/1866; four physical memory sockets
    - EXPANSION: Built-in ExpressCard 34/54 slot
    - STORAGE: up to 4 TB of storage with four physical SSD, Hybrid or HDD, RAID 0/1/5/10 support;
    - I/O PORTS:
    • 3x USB 3.0
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • eSATA
    • Firewire-400 (TI XIO2221ZAY)
    • Display Port v1.2
    • DVI-I (SL)
    • HDMI 1.4a out w/HDCP
    • Headphone
    • Microphone
    • S/PDIF out
    • Line-in
    • RJ-45 / LAN
    - COMMUNICATION: built-in 10/100/1000 Mb Base-TX Ethernet LAN (Intel 82579V); WLAN (optional); Bluetooth v2.1+EDR (optional); 2M Video Webcam (built-in)
    - SECURITY: TPM 1.2; Fingerprint, Kensington Lock
    - KEYBOARD: Illuminated full-size with separate numeric keypad; with three customizable lighting areas and seven optional colours; W/A/S/D gaming key; built-in touchpad with multi-gesture and scrolling functions; 6 touch sensor instant buttons: Volume Up/Down, Mute, WLAN, BT, Webcam
    - WEIGHT/DIMENSIONS: 5.5 kg (12.1 lbs); 419 (W) x 286 (D) x 57.9-62.1 (H) mm (16.76 x 11.44 x 2.31-2.48 inch)
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    Im really liking the use of the MXM technology they are using.
    And wow the hardware is top notch. Any prices stated ?
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    Panther 3.0 is from 2800$ to 13000$ in max configuration, this on will be from 3500$ to a house in Malibu.
    scoutingwraith and digibucc say thanks.
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    So if I play with this notebook on my lap I won't be able to have children.
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    No need for weights anymore! I'll just start lifting this when I'm waiting for a re-spawn. (I actually have a 20lb weight I use to try to utilize my "down time")

    All in all though, you can kill an opponent at a lan party in-game and out of game now! Swing, swing-away!


    I know... it's bad (^^').
    I actually would love one of these. Would beat my current gaming PC with ease.
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    I once read that it was bad because of the heat from the laptop on your testicles; I can't remember where I read it though. :laugh:
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    My desktop weighs less, ridiculous.
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    While it's heavy for a laptop and I sense your sarcasm it probably weighs 4x less than a desktop PC. If you want portable and light get a tablet or a netbook, if you want desktop power that you can take anywhere and can afford to spend ridiculous money then get one of these beasts.
    timmyisme22 says thanks.

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