Clevo Announces Laptop With GeForce GTX 480M

Earlier this week, Nvidia officially announced its Fermi part for notebooks – the GeForce GTX 480M. Today that mobile GPU is ready for order in Clevo's monster gaming laptop, the 17.1-inch DF900.

The GeForce GTX 480M GPU upgrade option costs $588 extra over the stock GTX 285M, and will set you back around $3,000 at the default configuration levels.

At the spec levels, it's definitely a desktop replacement and not something that's build for any sort of mobility – at least for not any length of time away from a power outlet.

Features:

  • 17" Wide Viewing Angles WUXGA Active Matrix Display with Super Clear Glossy surface
  • Intel® Core™i7 Extreme processors support
  • Intel® Xeon™ E5540, X5550, X5560, W5580 processors support 
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 285M 1GB, GeForce® GTX 480M 2GB or Quadro® FX 3800M 1GB  graphics
  • up to 12GB 1333MHz DDR3 SDRAM Memory Supported
  • Support up to 3 Hard Disk Drives
  • Integrated Hardware SATA Raid 0,1, 5 Controller
  • S-Video out jack for TV output & HDTV output
  • 1 DVI Port, 1 VGA Port for external Monitors
  • 4 Built-in Speakers
  • 4 USB 2.0 Ports & 1 IEEE-1394 Ports
  • Built-in 7-in-1 Card Reader
  • Integrated 3MP Digital Video Camera
  • Full Sized Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
  • Intel High Definition Audio / 8 Channel external audio outputs supported

Check out the laptop configuration here.

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  • dmk2000
    Does power generator comes with it, or it is extra?
  • ColMirage
    Quote:
    This laptop is packing heat.


    Doohoohoo, oh that slaps me on the knee.
  • Lmeow
    Instant. Sterilisation.
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  • dmk2000
    Does power generator comes with it, or it is extra?
  • ColMirage
    Quote:
    This laptop is packing heat.


    Doohoohoo, oh that slaps me on the knee.
  • pirateboy
    calling it a "480"M is pure deception, since the performance will come nowhere near the 480 desktop version