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| Posted: Mar 24, 2005 5:38 am

- SAVROW KATANA 3D-9 : QUADRO Powered Mobile Workstation

The lads from HEXUS have just spotted a fresh PR from a company by the name of "SAVROW" whom specialise in high performance laptop and desktop systems. Today unveiled is their latest piece of work, the "Katana 3D-9 Quadro Mobile Workstation". Read HEXUS's comments below to get the gist of this mobile monster.


There are a host of desktop replacement (DTR) laptops available on the market. In fact, we have reviewed a SavRow DTR before. However, today I'd like to introduce you to something a little different. SavRow's brand new Katana 3D-9 is more than a desktop replacement; it's a mobile workstation! Under the hood you can run a Pentium 4 3.8Ghz, over 2GB of RAM and NVIDIA's latest mobile workstation graphics processor, the Quadro Go1400 which brings unprecidented mobile OpenGL & Direct3D performance.


Now that is an immense setup before you even consider that it's a mobile system. HEXUS has the first pictures on the web of this new laptop.


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