Gaming notebooks are a breed of their own. They offer good performance buy cost a ton and have atrocious battery life for the most part. Often you can buy a very nice and better performance gaming desktop for the same price.
The world's first notebook with support for both SLI and Crossfire has been unveiled. The beast is called the Panther 2.0 from Eurocom and has a 17.3-inch screen, 24GB of RAM, 4TB of storage, USB 3.0 ports, and more.
The machine will be offered in late August and sports either Intel Core i7 CPUs or Xenon 5500/5600 series CPUs. I don't even want to think about how expensive this notebook would be.