VoodooPC Smashes Industry Records with Next-Gen Notebook PC

Jul 18, 2007
VoodooPC ENVY H:171
VoodooPC ENVY H:171

VoodooPC, the world's leading architect of personalized, handcrafted high-performance PCs, today introduced its 17-inch widescreen notebook PC, the ENVY H:171.

The machine is the first notebook to offer a range of next-generation PC technology, including the Intel Core 2 Extreme X6800 processor, a Dual NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 graphics processing unit (GPU) and a hard drive capacity of up to 600GB using three 200GB hard drives. This balanced and powerful platform delivers unprecedented frame rates and extreme multitasking capabilities for gamers, content creators and all other mobility power users. Added support for next-gen NVIDIA GeForce video cards makes this laptop upgradeable.

Inside, the Intel Core 2 Extreme processor drives blisteringly fast response times on compatible games, bringing new levels of realism to the gaming experience. Designed for maximum throughput regardless of the quantity or complexity of applications, this colossus of a CPU gives users the freedom to run as many applications as they want, whenever they want to. This means zero slowdowns for even the most demanding tasks like 3D and 2D rendering, photo and video editing, and PC gaming.

"Our customers demand unique machines with incredible performance – the ENVY H:171 notebook PC delivers on all fronts,” said Rahul Sood, chief technology officer, VoodooPC, part of the Global Gaming business unit of HP. "We have also packed the ENVY H:171 with the ultimate in PC technology, making it one of the fastest and most powerful 17-inch notebooks on the market.”

The ENVY H:171 includes the Dual NVIDIA GeForce Go 7950 video card, promising a fully immersive multimedia experience. This graphics powerhouse delivers über-realistic high-definition (HD) gaming, highly fluid video playback and stunning image quality on the 17-inch widescreen.

"With one of the fastest NVIDIA notebook GPUs running in NVIDIA SLI mode, the ENVY H:171 is a graphics monster that elevates the visual experience to a higher level of perfection,” said Rene Haas, general manager, Notebook GPUs, NVIDIA.

Three 200GB hard drives mean this notebook PC has storage to spare. With such incredible headroom, users can play the hottest games, run the most demanding applications and stockpile photo and music collections. The performance-packed PC also boasts integrated RAID 0, RAID 1 or RAID 5 support for unmatched transfer rates and application load times.

For a complete listing of features or to customize a Voodoo ENVY H:171, visit www.voodoopc.com .

Source: HP

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