Rock announces new Xtreme and Pegasus notebook PCs for extreme users (but not winged horses)

Laptops / Notebooks

Adding to the cornucopia of laptops we’ve looked at today, Rock has announced four new models — two each in its Xtreme and Pegasus ranges.

All feature up to Intel Core 2 Extreme X9100 or T9500 processors (using Centrino 2 technology for quieter, more efficient operation), nVidia GeForce graphics processors, 15.4-inch widescreen, up to 8GB of RAM, two megapixel webcam, Wi-Fi, DVD or Blu-ray reader / writer, and up to 500GB hard drive.


The advanced specs mean it should be possible to efficiently multi-task, or handle various high-end applications such as watching high definition movies, editing video, and playing 3D games.

The Xtreme 780, Xtreme 620, Pegasus 520, and Pegasus 320 are available to pre-order from today, with shipments commencing in August. Pricing to be confirmed.


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Andy Merrett
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