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Unfortunately, the notebook featured on WidowPC's site (above) was not that of the SLI notebook
The Sting 919 will feature an AMD processor, 19" screen and dual 7800 GPUs

The people at WidowPC are looking to take notebook gaming to the next level. They have announced their development of an SLI notebook computer powered by a mobile AMD processor.


Final specs are still being ironed out, but the AMD processor is set in stone as is a 19” screen and two GeForce Go 7800 mobile GPUs in an SLI configuration. Those looking for the ultimate in mobile performance need to look no further than this monster. And it surely will be a monster considering the large screen and the space needed to cool the flaming beast.

Somehow the word has gotten out that WidowPC is developing SLI laptops with 19" fast response displays. The rumors are true. It's hard to keep the lid on something this big. Now, we're finally allowed to release some information. This is pretty general data, but it's all we're allowed to release at this time. The SLI laptops are still in development and we don't want to release specific info about the laptops components and then have to change it due to development issues.

More here.

Update 09/02/2006 7PM: WidowPC has removed the specifications of the notebook from the website, but we recently republished the notebook specifications from an industry insider in a more recent article here.





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