First Intel Sandy Bridge notebook is from Santech

Shane McGlaun - Dec 29, 2010
First Intel Sandy Bridge notebook is from Santech

We have been hearing about the coming Intel Sandy bridge processors for a while now and you can count on seeing lots of notebooks and other gear using the CPUs at CES this month. The first notebook to break cover using the new processors has been spied and it’s the Santech N67. The machine is fully customizable when the buyer orders so it will have a ton of options to choose from.

The Sandy Bridge part the rig can be optioned with is the Intel Core i7 2630QM and it will be offered in the notebook starting on February 25. Other CPUs buyers can also choose include the Core i7 2720QM, 2820QM, or the i7 Extreme Edition 2920XM CPU.

Other specs include a 15.6-inch screen with 1366 x 768 standard resolution and an optional full HD 1920 x 1080 panel. The screen can be had in glossy or matte finish and the notebook has dual USB 3.0 ports. The battery is an 3-cell lithium-polymer unit with 76.96Wh of power inside. The number of other options is staggering with all manner of video, storage, and other things that can be customized. Fully optioned rigs will run up to 3000 euro or about $4,000 here.

Via Notebookitalia

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