Monday, January 14th 2008

Sager NP5792 with Intel Penryn and NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX

Sager has refreshed their 17-inch desktop replacement model NP5792 with beefed up cooling system to handle the NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX and the latest Intel 45nm processors. The NP5792 is a powerful machine with all the latest features such as Intel Wireless-N technology, fingerprint reader, and 1GB Intel Turbo Memory. It can be customized with Core 2 Duo models including Penryn T8100/T8300/T9300 /T9500, 4GB RAM, Blu-ray drive, 17" WUXGA (1920x1200) widescreen display, 200GB hard drive, NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX with 512MB or GeForce 8700M GT (512MB), built-in 8ch Azalia Sound System, 8 cell Lithium-Ion battery, Bluetooth 2.0, Intel 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN, 2.0 mega pixel webcamera, built-in TV-Tuner with remote, and Windows Vista OS. The NP5792 starts at $1,679, but the high-end specs will charge you about $3624. Visit Sager NP5792 product page to get more facts.

Source: PCLaunches, NotebookReview
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7 Comments on Sager NP5792 with Intel Penryn and NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTX

Great for protable game pc not so great for battery life. Yet if I had the bucks I would buy one:D
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me too my lappy is getting seriously out of date.
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Love it, I had three sager notebooks in the past, solely for media and gaming. I loved all three. Yeah, the battery life stinks, but for me, I wasn't buying it to game it up in the airplane or anything, and i always found a socket in my college classes :laugh:

I bought all of mine for if your in the US starting at $1562
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Penryn into mobile already. is moving way too fast.
broke said:
elaborate, on why you call it sick.
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