Systemax Adds To Laptop Lineup

"Systemax introduces four new notebooks featuring the Intel Santa Rosa Chipset "

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Systemax Adds To Laptop Lineup

Fletcher, OH – November 28th – Systemax Manufacturing Inc., announces the availability of the Medallion XV, Medallion XVII,  Pursuit 4165, and Pursuit 4250 notebooks.  The Medallion notebooks come in both a 15.4” and 17” models, and range in base price from $879 - $1350.  Customers have the option choosing either XP or Vista and both models come standard with a 1.3 Megapixel Camera.  Additionally, the Medallion XVII features NVIDIA GeForce 512MB discrete video, Bluetooth, Stereo Speakers & Subwoofer and Piano Black Finish.  The Medallion machines offer consumers the perfect blend of productivity and entertainment in one sleek unit.

The new Pursuit models are the quintessential no nonsense business PC.  Starting at just $699, these aggressively priced machines offer the power and mobility to increase any business’ productivity.  Available with Microsoft XP or Vista, the Pursuit 4250 comes standard with NVIDIA GeForce 512MB discrete video, a 2.0 Megapixel Camera, and biometric fingerprint reader for added security.  

All four notebooks take full advantage of the benefits offered by the Intel Santa Rosa Chipset. This includes the improved range and reliability provided by Wireless N, making these units even more valuable to business travelers and students on the go.   This new technology also offers users Turbo Memory (formerly known as Robson). Turbo Memory works with Vista’s ReadyBoost and ReadyDrive features to improve a notebook's start-up time and performance by increasing the computer's existing RAM.

The Systemax Medallion and Pursuit notebooks can be purchased starting today at the new Systemax PC website www.systemaxpc.com.  

“We decided to release four notebooks in order to meet the distinct computing needs of general consumer and business customers,” says Scott Strunk, Director of Marketing for Systemax Manufacturing. “In doing so we created four aesthetically pleasing machines which all utilize the Intel Santa Rosa chipset and boast a strong feature set.”

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29-11-2007, 11:32:03

Brooksie
http://uk.pc.ign.com/articles/837/837544p1.html

Dunno if any of you are Deus Ex fans here, but I remember playing the first one when I was about 10 :p

29-11-2007, 11:34:46

Toxcity
Oh dear... the girlfriend is gunna go wild! :)
She loves the Dues X games.. not sure why, I never enjoyed them.

29-11-2007, 11:48:50

Brooksie
Heh, i'll reckon i'll try it..

29-11-2007, 13:06:58

Bungral
I had the first one on PS1... Ahh it was good :D

29-11-2007, 19:26:04

tsinc80697
Never got into the first one but will definitely give this a go when its out!
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