Penryn-based notebooks leak early

Subject: Mobile | December 30, 2007 - 11:55 PM |
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Looking forward the absolute ONSLAUGHT of product announcements at this year's CES?  You can get an early start by checking out Dailytech's coverage of a few Penryn-based notebooks that will be shown.

Even though Intel's official announcement won't come until
January's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), notebook manufacturers are already
leaking details for their upcoming Penryn-based
notebooks. Notebook Italia has scored
information on new Penryn notebooks
from Acer, Fujitsu and Sony.

Acer will launch no less than eight
new
Penryn-based notebooks in January ranging
from the 12.1" Aspire 2920 with a Core 2 Duo T8300 processor and 320GB HDD
to the massive 20.1" Aspire 9920G with a WXSGA+ screen resolution, NVIDIA
GeForce 8600M GT GPU, Core 2 Duo T8100 processor and 500GB of storage space
(250GB x 2). Acer also has a full range of notebooks in between with screen
sizes of 14.1", 15.4" and 17.1".

Fujitsu has two
new Penryn notebooks on deck
. The
first is the Amilo Pi 2550 which features a Core 2 Duo T8300 processor, 2GB of
DDR2 memory, 15.4" WXGA screen, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 GPU and a
240GB HDD. The second notebook is the Amilo Xi 2428 which ups the ante with a
Core 2 Duo T9300, 2GB of DDR2 memory, 15.4" WXGA screen, NVIDIA GeForce
8600M GS GPU and a 250GB HDD.

Not to be left out, Sony
is unleashing five new VAIO models
ranging from the 13.3" VAIO
SZ71XN/C to the 17.1" VAIO AR61ZU. The VAIO SZ71XN/C comes up to bat with
a T8100 processor, WXGA screen resolution, Intel GMA X3100 integrated graphics
and a 200GB HDD. The VAIO AR61ZU commands your attention with a T8300 graphics
processor, 3GB of DDR2 memory, WUXGA screen resolution, NVIDIA GeForce 8600M GT
graphics processor, 500GB of storage space (250GB x 2) and a Blu-ray/DL DVD burner.

Source: Daily Tech
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