That's an X2 4800+ in a clevo D900K chasis, so yes it will be released at launch (at least other OEM's are offering it)
Originally Posted by HERBOLARYO
Just saw in the news section that AMD is releasing a mobile version of dual core by first half of 2006.---
Will that be worth the wait?
Or do you think they won't reach that target date?
Originally Posted by doc_simple
in a year i will be thinking about replacing my 5720!!
of course that may prompt the wife to start thinking about replacing me :')
SO, in 2 years i will be getting my Quad Core 15 GHz 20MG L2 cache with a 20000 rpm dual sata (if Sata has not been replaced by then) and 10 Gigs PC96500 memory running Windows Mind Control OS
Originally Posted by Aussie027
Also, in the config page for the 5720 I do not see 100GB SATA 7200 HDDs as an option
Originally Posted by morpheoussc400
Just posted this on the Alienware forums http://www.alienware.com/Intro_Pages...view.aspx?cs=1
Originally Posted by rookwood
I just ordered the D900T from Boxx and asked specifically about the 100 GB 7200 rpm SATA drives. They said that, regardless of what other resellers are telling you, these hard drive units are not available to them as yet. So I ordered with the dual 100 GB 7200 rpm IDE drives. If you look on Hypersonic's website and configure the dual core unit, they tell you that the 100 GB SATA drives 'MAY' delay your order!
However, they probably will be available by the time the D900K is ready to begin shipping. I waited 6 months and just couldn't hold out any longer. If I new 15 December was it, I would have waited for that. So now I am trying to convince myself that I didn't make a $6,500 mistake.
I believe the main thing I am taking away with me on this matter is that I really, really have come resent these companies preselling the 'future', and stringing us along. Why not begin selling Q4 '06 merchandise? Something is terribly wrong when projected shipping dates of the middle of 'next' month keep moving to the middle of the following month...and this goes on for FIVE months!
Just when I gave Sager credit for saying they were not going to play that game they got got up in the frenzy and followed suit. I know operating a competitive business is tough, but sometimes honesty and integrity is tough.