Here is a cool new gaming laptop from the Japan based PC Koubou, they call it the Lesance BTO Di CL7X3-EXEZ, but we have to call it just cool! This is a big laptop offering the gamer a larger 17.3 inch display, Intel Core processors, Nividia Geforce graphics and much more besides. There are only two issues with this laptop, the first being the brand as PC Koubou is not that well known outside of Japan and the other has to be the $3,600 starting price, are gamers going to fork out that amount of cash for a cool new laptop? Why not this laptop does come packed with features.
Let us take at closer look at what the Lesance BTO Di CL7X3-EXEZ from PC Koubou has to offer. First up is the 17.3 inch screen in full HD LCD with colour gloss correspondence and a 1920 × 1080 of pixel resolution. It is running on the Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit (SP1) operating system and powered by the Intel Core i7-3940XM Extreme Edition processor with 3.0 GHz to 3.9 GHz and a 8 MB Cache. There is support for the Intel HM77 Express Chipset and the graphic video is coming from the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M 4 GB graphics card. As for the memory there is a huge 32 GB of DDR3-1600 8 GB SO-DIMM × 4, with a 1 TB Serial-ATA hard disk drive (HDD) and a large size 240 GB Intel 520 Series SATA 6 Gbps solid state drive (SSD) for storage purposes.
The networking features are the IEEE 802.11 b / g / n Wireless LAN + Bluetooth support and a 1000 Mbps Gigabit LAN Port. Other features include the two super fast USB 3.0 dual purpose port, a single USB 3.0/eSATA port, a single standard USB 2.0 port, DVI-I, HDMI, MINI IEEE1394a and built in 2.0 mega pixel web camera. It measures up at 41.8 mm to 45.4 mm (H) x 419 mm (W) × 276 mm (D) and weighs in at a heavy 3.9 kilos with the Lithium-ion battery installed that PC Koubou say will offer up to three hours of power. PC Koubou have priced the Lesance BTO Di CL7X3-EXEZ to start at around $3,600, which you may feel is slightly on the high side, but this is a gaming laptop full of gamers style gear and this stuff does not come cheap!
Source [Tech Fresh]