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L – a quite famous maker of highest-end workstations and notebooks also known as Liebermann Inc. – has announced a new option for its laptops. Now the company offers to install Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processors into its “Studio”, “Producer” and “Hollywood” portable computers.

Lieberman’s “Studio”, “Producer” and “Hollywood” desktop replacement machines feature 15”, 16” and 17” LCD display respectively. All such machines offer extreme performance on par with expensive desktop computers. The notebooks integrate tremendous set of capabilities that may be needed “on the go” by professionals or enthusiasts, who desire ultimate power every time and everywhere.

L’s new laptops are designed as an ultimate multimedia machine, for real-time CAD, graphics, audio, video, MPEG-2 rendering, or high-end professional applications.

The list of cutting-edge technologies packed by L notebooks based on Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processors include dual-channel DDR SDRAM memory at 433MHz, MOBILITY RADEON 9600 PRO graphics, up to 2 HDDs, up to 2 CD-RW/DVD-RW optical drives, WLAN, Bluetooth, FireWire, USB 2.0, high-quality audio, various card-readers, modems and other features typically found on high-end workstations. The machines come with 120W external power supply and support a number of L’s proprietary features for expandability.

Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition running at 3.20GHz with 512KB L2 and 2MB L3 cache has TDP of 92.1W, roughly 10W more than the original Pentium 4 chip with 512KB of L2 at the same 3.20GHz core-speed. 92.1W of power is unbelievably high for portable computers and L promises to utilise a special high-density multi-stage copper heat-pipe CPU heat-sinks and FreeFlow Enhanced Cooling Architectures designed by the company itself to cool down one of the fastest desktop chips today.

Intel’s new Pentium 4 HT Extreme Edition CPU is available now in limited quantities and is slated for mass availability, January 2004.

Pricing of Intel Pentium 4 Extreme Edition processors is above high-end desktop and mobile systems. The price of 15” L-Studio notebook is $5999, 16” L-Producer costs $6999, 17” L-Hollywood will be available when the Pentium 4 Extreme Chips are out for $5909.


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