updated 06:05 pm EST, Tue February 21, 2012
Gaming notebook integrates six-core i7 CPU
Origin PC has added a 3D display option to its EON17-X flagship gaming notebook, which was first unveiled last week. The notebook is designed to serve as a desktop replacement, featuring a choice between several desktop processors including Intel's six-core i7-3960X chip with a 15MB cache and 3.3GHz clock speed.
Buyers can also choose to equip the notebook with dual 2GB GeForce GTX580M discrete graphics cards in SLi mode, while a 3D 1920x1080 display now available. Other configuration options include up to three hard drives, including SSD hybrid storage or 3TB of storage on traditional disks, along with RAM expansion up to 32GB.
The basic EON17-X commands $3032, while the customized packages range in price up to $7300.