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


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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