Wednesday, April 18th 2007

First SiSM671 Based Notebook - Clevo M721S/M720S, Hits the Market

SiS in cooperation with Clevo today announced that the first SiSM671 based notebook PC, Clevo M721S/M720S, is successfully introduced to market. Clevo is the first notebook PC maker who implements the high-performance Windows Vista ready SiSM671 northbridge and SiS968 southbridge chipsets. The Clevo lightweight notebook PCs support Intel Core 2 Duo, Pentium 4/Pentium D processors and up to 4GB of DDR2 667/533 memory. Other notable features include 12.1" LCD display, fingerprint detection technology, Mirage 3 graphics with DX9 support, SATA interface, 3x USB2.0 ports, High Definition Audio, and 10/100Mbps Ethernet.

Source: SiS
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3 Comments on First SiSM671 Based Notebook - Clevo M721S/M720S, Hits the Market

Bird of Prey
Looks nice, but Ive never heard of Clevo. Lots of manufacturers coming out Ive never heard of.
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Clevo is famous for building very reliable notebook (non-gaming)
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Clevo is pretty old, they get relabeled a lot though (even by alienware).

Someone should review the chip, how does it conserve power and compare to intel.
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