Evesham updates Quest A620 and Voyager C720 notebooks
Evesham has announced updates for two of its flagship notebooks – the Quest A620 and the Voyager C720, which will now feature the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX for graphics, with the Voyager C720 now available with Intel’s Core Duo processor.
The introduction of Dual Core for the Voyager C720 will mean higher performance, particularly when multitasking. And when you’re on the move, the Intel Core Duo processor should mean extended battery life. The addition of the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7900 GTX GPU to both models will allow Extreme High Definition gaming on a notebook. it also means the possibility of high definition video playback with improved picture clarity, plus the chance to play latest graphics hungry games at extreme HD resolutions without slowdown elsewhere.
The Quest A620 features an AMD Athlon FX-60 processor, 17-inch WSXGA widescreen display, 200GB capacity, 1GB of memory, dual optical drive support, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, a 10-in-1 media card reader, 4x USB and 2x firewire, along with 4.1 speakers.
The Voyager C720 is pitched as a gaming machine. Along with the previous mentioned Intel chip, the C720 features a 17-inch WSXGA+ X-Bright display, 100GB drive, 1GB memory, dual layer DVD-RW drive, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, 1.3MP camera, media card reader, 4x USB and 2x firewire.
The Quest A620 and the Voyager C720 will begin shipping from mid May. Prices of the C720 start from £1199, the A620 from £1699.
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Over in Asia, not many users talk about Firewire. They prefer to go for Bluetooth as gadgets for it is cheaper.