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 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)