Dell has unleashed the beast, a title used by their development team for the new Dell XPS M1730 Gaming Notebook, which claims to be the first notebook in the world to support AGEIA PhysX 100M mobile physics card.
Dell explains what makes it a gaming machine par excellence
- It supports the latest Intel processors, including the Core 2 Extreme X7900 processor overclocked to 3.2GHz (Bin+2).
- It supports dual NVIDIA GeForce Go 8700M GT graphics cards in SLI mode.
- All models come with a bright 17″ Ultrasharp 1920×1200 display with a 7ms response time.
- It’s the first notebook in the world to support AGEIA PhysX 100M mobile physics card.
- It supports two hard drives in a RAID 0 or 1 configuration
- It’s the first notebook we’ve shipped that integrates Logitech’s GamePanel LCD, which displays stats and in-game details for a growing list of game titles.
- It also features a full-sized backlit keyboard that has a 10-key number pad
AGEIA Mobile PhysX Technology(TM) enables the very best in high-performance enthusiast gaming notebooks with the first and only dedicated physics hardware solution. Why 100M? The 100indicates that it’s part of the first generation of dedicated PhysX processors and the “M” designates its incorporation of AGEIA PhysX Mobile Technology. The AGEIA PhysX Accelerator – a Dell notebook exclusive – accelerates the scale and quality of real-time physics on PhysX-enabled games, for a level of dynamic motion and interaction never before experienced in mobile gaming. Is your laptop still crawling?