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iBuyPower adds GTX 460 desktops, new gaming notebook

updated 01:05 pm EDT, Tue July 13, 2010

iBuyPower intros GTX 460 desktops, 3D notebook

Gaming PC maker iBuyPower has unveiled three new systems, the two desktops getting NVIDIA's new GeForce GTX 460 graphics. The desktops are the Paladin E370 and the Paladin F860, while the notebook is the 3D-ready, 15.6-inch Battalion 101 W860CU-3D. The E370 uses a liquid-cooled 2.66GHz Core i5 and gets 4GB of RAM.

It has a jet engine-inspired PSI CycloneX gaming enclosure and will get 500GB of storage space. A dual-layer DVD writer rounds out the known specs. Pricing starts at $834.

The Paladin F860 gets a 2.8GHz Core i7 along with 6GB of RAM and the same GeForce GTX 460 video card. It has an 8X Blu-ray drive and a 1TB, 7,200RPM hard drive. The system ships with NVIDIA's 3D Vision active shutter glasses. A NZXT Lexa case houses the computer, which starts at $1,849.

The Battalion 101 W860CU-3D supports stereoscopic 3D gaming and 3D Blu-ray movies. It uses a 2.4GHz Core i5 chip and has 4GB of DDR3 RAM. Thanks to NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 285M and the included NVIDIA 3D Vision glasses, users can play 3D games and movies on the portable's 720p, 120Hz screen. A combo Blu-ray reader/DVD writer is built-in as well. The 320GB hard drive has Windows 7 Home Premium preloaded. Prices start at $1,749. [via SlashGear]

Paladin E370





Paladin F860





Battalion 101 W860CU-3D





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