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AVADirect launches Clevo P375SM 17.3" full HD i7 Haswell-based gaming notebook

AVADirect begins offering first Clevo Gaming notebook with Intel i7 Haswell Processors

| Laptops News | Posted: Jun 6, 2013 5:02 pm

This morning, AVADirect announced the launch of Clevo's P375SM, a 17.3-inch full HD gaming notebook that features Intel's 4th generation Core i7 Haswell processors. This new gaming laptop also supports NVIDIA's new 700M series of GPUs as well as ATI's Radeon 8000 Series.

 

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AVADirect says that unlike previous generation gaming laptops, users will not have to worry much about the age-old quandary of performance versus battery life as Clevo has designed the P375SM to alleviate the concerns of power consumption. This is possible thanks to Intel's Haswell architecture, which are the lowest power high-end processors ever made.

 

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The Clevo P375SM includes a total of three 2.5-inch changeable bays (2 for standard storage, 1 for an optical drive with options to swap for an additional 2.5-inch storage drive). The integrated speakers are powered by Onkyo and have the ability to power an external 7.1 surround sound speaker system.

 

Additional features include a backlit keyboard, touchpad, and front bezel which illuminates when the notebook is turned on. Other features are a Thunderbolt port, an HDMI out port, four USB 3.0 ports, and a single eSATA connector. The Clevo P375SM starts at $1995 and is available now.

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