Once again Unitcom is delivering the goods, when it comes to high end laptops; this is the latest addition to the Lesance range, the BTO GSN7X4-EXEZ-680MSLI! It comes with a 17.3 inch display, Intel Core i7 processors, Nvidia graphics, 1 TB HDD and a massive 480 GB SSD. You might think that this is a laptop that has been designed just for gamers, while gaming is excellent on this laptop it does not stop there because this is a power house of media entertainment, so the BTO GSN7X4-EXEZ-680MSLI might be expensive, yet it is definitely not just for gamers.
When forking out a massive $3,800 it might be a great idea to see exactly what they sort of money is buying, so first up there is a 17.3inch screen with full HD support for non-glossy colour LCD display with a 1920 × 1080 of pixel resolutions. It is running on the Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system and powered by the Intel Core i7-3940XM Extreme Edition processor 3.0 GHz to 3.9 GHz with turbo boost and an 8 MB Cache. There is support for the Intel HM77 Express Chipset and those all important graphics are provided by the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680M with 4 GB.
The internal memory is a massive 32 GB of DDR3-1600 8 GB SO-DIMM × 4, with a 1 TB SATA hard disk drive (HDD) and a huge 480 GB Intel 520 Series SATA 6 Gbps solid state drive (SSD) for storage purposes. As for the networking there is the 1000 Mbps Gigabit Wired LAN, Bluetooth support and the IEEE 802.11 b / g / n Wireless LAN. Other features include the built in 2.0 mega pixel web camera, four super fast USB 3.0 ports one shared port, one standard style USB 2.0 eSATA port, HDMI & DisplayPort out and the useful Card Reader for SD / MMC / MEMORYSTICK.
This laptop measures in at 39 mm to 50 mm (H) x 419 mm (W) × 294 mm (D) and weighs a massive 4.15 kilos with the Lithium-ion battery installed that Unitcom say should be good for only 1 hour and 30 minutes of power. This great looking laptop from Unitcom has been priced to start from around $3,800, which might seem to be a lot of money but it has been designed with gamers in mind.
Source [Tech Fresh]