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Asus Launches G71Gx Notebook

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Asus launched its quad-core sporting G71 gaming notebook last December, but apparently that system wasn't quite powerful enough. Under its guise as the G71Gx, Asus' laptop now boasts even higher spec.
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Graphics grunt is now provided by an Nvidia GeForce GTX 260M, packing 112 stream processors and 1GB of dedicated GDDR3 RAM. This complements the G71Gx's 17in, 1,920 x 1,200 pixel screen backup up by up to 12GB of DDR2 RAM - in three dimms - and up to 1TB of storage, via two 500GB drives.

The G71Gx also boasts a Blu-ray drive and speakers from Altec Lansing should they be a selling point for any would-be buyer. Pricing isn't available yet, but it seems unlikely the improved specs would bring the G71Gx below the £1,349 and £1,999 MSRPs of its dual-core and quad-core predecessor.

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