More W880CU Features
Clevo knows that anything plugged into the front of a notebook becomes a hazard once the unit leaves the desk. Only the tiny vent holes disturb an otherwise-smooth front edge.
A 2.0 MP camera occupies the top edge of the W880CU’s frame, a surface that features a high-gloss finish to match the sheen of the unit’s flat panel display. A matte finish on other surfaces reduces fingerprints.
The standard touchpad features a fingerprint scanner to make logins quicker and more secure.
AVADirect packs its W880CU with a notebook bag and shoulder strap, power brick and cord, OEM-license Windows 7 OS, manufacturer documentation booklets, a standard telephone cord, secondary hard drive bracket, and its own documentation folder.
A CD Sleeve within AVADirect’s system documentation folder includes drivers and software for all installed hardware. Also included (but not shown) is a DVI-I-to-VGA adapter block.
Agree on the naming thing on the last page, that would be helpful.
Before its launch,it was rumored that it will have a much higher power consumption than 5870M, but now it seems they are close
They changed it in response to Nvidia's naming scheme, which is a shame. I liked the matching of desktop/laptop performance to names, too. :/