Dell, Asus, Toshiba Embrace Intels Quad-core Core i7 Mobile Chips

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Dell, Asus, Toshiba Embrace Intels Quad-core Core i7 Mobile Chips

by Jeffrey Burt

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Chip and Chip Set

Mooly Eden, vice president and general manager of Intel's PC Client Group, holds up Intel's new Core i7 processor and "Ibex Peak" chip set during a press briefing at IDF.

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On the Go

The mobile Core i7 chips include two-channel DDR3 1333MHz memory support and full 1 x16 or 2 x8 PCI Express 2.0 graphics.

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From the Front

The front view of a mobile Core i7. The Turbo Boost feature can increase processor speed by 75 percent to match workload demands.

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From the Back

The back view of a mobile Core i7 chip, which with its various features offers the processing power needed for such multimedia operations as game playing and creating digital video.

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Toshiba Qosmio x505

When released Oct. 22, the Toshiba system will offer an 18.4-inch display, Nvidia GeForce graphics and the Windows 7 Ultimate operating system, and will cost about $1,500.

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Asus M60J

The 16-inch laptop, made for multimedia tasks, includes support for up to 4GB of 1333MHz memory and offers Nvidia's GeForce graphics and 1GB of VRAM (video RAM).

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Dell Alienware M15x

Dell not only rolled out the M15x compact gaming laptop, but also the Alienware Aurora and Aurora ALX desktops, with Core i7 Extreme Edition chips, and the Alienware Area-51 and Area-51 ALX, with overclocked Core i7 processors.

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