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Fujitsu Siemens has been busy rolling out new tech recently and they unveiled their new ultra-high definition equipped laptop at CeBIT 2005.  The Amilio M4438 is a behemoth sporting a 17" widescreen (16:10) display with 256 MB of video RAM that displays a pixel resolution beyond […]

Fujitsu_siemens_amilo_m4438_01Fujitsu Siemens has been busy rolling out new tech recently and they unveiled their new ultra-high definition equipped laptop at CeBIT 2005.  The Amilio M4438 is a behemoth sporting a 17" widescreen (16:10) display with 256 MB of video RAM that displays a pixel resolution beyond current HDTVs. The video is driven by the NVidia GeForce 6800 which should make the Amilio a gamer’s dream machine.

The Amilio is available with Pentium Ms ranging from 1.6 GHz through 2.13 GHz and will handle up to 2 GB of DDR2 RAM.  This notebook is hot if you want a true desktop replacement.  You can put two hard disks in this baby up to 160 GB each for massive storage and do that with RAID 0 and 1 suppport.  Throw in the dual layer DVD burner and you can create DVDs with up to 8.5 GB.  Oh, I almost forgot the integrated subwoofer.  Don’t know how much this is going to cost but if you have to ask….

(via infoSync World)

  1. Sounds like we’re moving back in the direction of the thirty pound portable.

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