NEXTGEAR-NOTE M750WX1, the Ultimate Notebook?

nextgear_note_m750wx1Mouse Computer just announced what could arguably be one of the most powerful notebook available on the Market, or at least in Japan.

Just check this out : Core™2 Extreme QX9300, 4GB of RAM, NVIDIA® GeForce 9800M GTX with 1GB or VRAM, 2GB of Intel Turbo Memory, WiFi Link 5300, SATA 120GB SSD (OCZ Core Series V2), 1.3Mpix Web Camera and a 17” WSXGA Resolution (1900×1200)… Nice isn’t it? But unfortunately this wonder has a price tag pretty high of 349000 Japanese Yen (2820€)… And guess what?!?!? For this price you even get a free Logicool® G-5 LaserMouse and steelpad Qck mini with GLIDE MS… Not really sure if this will help you to burn over 2800€ but hey… we won’t blame them for trying!



- Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9300 processor
- 4GB of RAM memory
- NVIDIA GeForce 9800M GTX Graphics Card with 1GB or VRAM
- 17-inch LCD monitor with 1900×1200 as the resolution
- 2GB of Intel Turbo Memory
- WiFi Link 5300
- 120GB hard-drive
- 1.3-megapixel webcamera

When buying the NextGear-Note M750WX1 that costs close to $3,600, a free Logicool G-5 LaserMouse and steelpad Qqk mini are given for free.

Source: Akihabara News

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