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AVADirect First In US To Offer Clevo P570WM X79 17.3" Full HD Gaming Notebook

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AVADirect, a leading custom notebook provider, is now offering the world's first X79 gaming notebook. Almost one year ago, AVADirect began to accept pre-orders on what was to be the world's first X79 desktop replacement, the Clevo P270WM. After many complications, production was halted and release delayed. One year later, Clevo has scrapped the design of what was to be the first X79-based gaming notebook and is now ready to release the true X79 desktop replacement, the Clevo P570WM. The result is nothing short of spectacular, and AVADirect is embracing its availability with open, anxious arms to upgrade their arsenal of custom gaming notebook.

The specifications packed tactfully in the AVADirect Clevo X79 P570WM is nothing to trifle with. Being the first desktop replacement available, since the two-year old X7201, extreme desktop-replacement performance has returned with a vengeance. Offering socket 2011 Extreme Core i7 processors, GTX 680M graphics cards in 2-way SLI, NVIDIA's Quadro K5000, three 2.5" drive bays (including a separate optical drive bay. that can be converted to support a fourth 2.5" drive), RAID 0/1/5 support, and 54/34 express card slot. The Quadro K5000 mobile GPU deserves an article on its own. Never before have video, audio, and CAD professionals had the ability to harness such focused graphics power in a mobile platform, without having to consider a Mini PC option. With improved CUDA core technology, the K5000 mobile graphics unit promises to deliver a new and exciting experience to hard-working professionals. New to Clevo's latest line of custom notebooks, the X79 P570WM offers a back-lit, color-integrated keyboard that offers color-changing zones programmed to any end-user's preference. Many would easily say AVADirect's Clevo P570WM is fully loaded with bells and whistles.

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why?
 
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I pity the fool who tries to game with that on his lap. :laugh:
 
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Why what?

I pity the fool who tries to game with that on his lap. :laugh:
Haters everywhere. Do you guys know the meaning of a desktop replacement system? Personally I would love to use one of those specially when I am traveling around so much and cannot take a desktop with me. Price might be astronomic for a SLI config on this one tho...
 
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Also useful for boot camp or intense military training exercises! ;)

Come on, with that much loaded into it...thing has gotta weigh a ton. Actually am curious to see the heatsinks in this puppy. Gotta be using a lot of copper.
 
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Spending a fortune on a desktop machine is pretty justifiable... if you're passionate about these things and have an "eye" for making them look as sick as they run... but on a laptop... please... there's no enthusiasm there... just compromise.
 

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but on a laptop... please... there's no enthusiasm there... just compromise.
Some people are willing to pay for a highly portable platform. It's better than lugging a tower and a monitor somewhere when you need a lot of power. Not to say that you or I can justify spending that kind of money on a laptop but I'm sure there are people who can.
 
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Some people are willing to pay for a highly portable platform. It's better than lugging a tower and a monitor somewhere when you need a lot of power. Not to say that you or I can justify spending that kind of money on a laptop but I'm sure there are people who can.
I bet the power brick has the size of a tower...
 

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I bet the power brick has the size of a tower...
It shouldn't be much bigger than a 360 brick so not quite that big.
 
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Some people are willing to pay for a highly portable platform. It's better than lugging a tower and a monitor somewhere when you need a lot of power. Not to say that you or I can justify spending that kind of money on a laptop but I'm sure there are people who can.
Or others like me who do not have alot of space at home for a full desktop setup. :/
 
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This just reminds me of most Eurocom desktop replacements/laptops (I'm big. It would fit fine on mine) that have been released for ages already. They also already have X79's available.


Now, I just need a tablet that would allow me to work out while gaming (litteral Xbox size battery anyone?)!!! 15lbs and counting would be a nice start!
 
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Or others like me who do not have alot of space at home for a full desktop setup. :/
You could build a i7 mitx 7970/680 rig, set it behind a monitor, and take up just a bit more space than the laptop being open.
 
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You could build a i7 mitx 7970/680 rig, set it behind a monitor, and take up just a bit more space than the laptop being open.
yea......... you could............ but i THINK this is for those who need a MOBILE solution... if someone wanted these specs in a desktop they'd BUILD a desktop (or buy one) but this is for the on the go man who needs power wherever he is.