May 5, 2008
Nic Cho

New Asus G70 Gaming Notebook With Multi Dual-Engine Architecture

The worldwide leader in component and notebook design and manufacturing, Asus has announced its new gaming notebook with “Multi Dual-Engine” architecture – Asus G70, including dual graphics engine, dual hard drive bays and dual fan systems, aiming to deliver a new level of immersive cinematic graphics with an unprecedented combination of computing power and gaming performance, seems perfect for the serious computer enthusiast.

Dual Graphics Engine – Features not one but two independent Nvidia 8700M GT graphics engines, operating in parallel via SLI technology.

Dual Hard Disk – Enough drive bays to accommodate two hard disks, for a combined mass storage capacity up to 640GB.

Dual Core CPU – Powering the G70, is a choice of Intel Core 2 Duo, and Core 2 Extreme processors, the latter being Intel’s highest performance CPUs.

Dual Display – 17-inch (1920×1200) WUXGA + Color Shine Full HD primary LCD screen boasts an ultra-quick 8ms response time to eliminate ghosting as well as dual lamp for high-brightness visual comfort, and a secondary screen that displays critical system information, in-coming email and message alerts and personalized messages ensures a disruption-free game-play when gaming in full screen mode.

Dual Sound Power – Comes equipped with top-notch audio features including, Dolby Home Theater and Altec Lansing speakers.

Dual Support Hardware – Comes with dual cooling fans and dual touchpads.

Technical Specifications Of Asus G70:

  • Intel Core 2 Extreme Processors X9000; Intel Core 2 Duo Processors T8100/T8300/T9300/T9500
  • Mobile Intel 965PM Express Chipset
  • Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG/ 4965ABGN Network Connection
  • Nvidia GeForce 8700M GT GPU X 2, support Nvidia Sli technology
  • DDRII 533/667MHz, up to 4GB
  • Built-in 2.0 Mega-pixel camera
  • SATA 250/320/500(250×2)/640(320×2) GB HDD
  • DVD Super-Multi Light Scribe/ Blu-Ray Reader/ Blu-Ray RW (optional)

No words on price and availability date of new Asus G70 yet.

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