As you surely know, netbooks seem to overwhelm “serious” laptops. I am not talking about market share here, but about media exposure. Anyway, since better media exposure leads to higher sales, I also think it’s only a matter of time until netbooks will do the same as the laptop did to the desktop computer.
OK, we got a little into the mobile computing industry for the start, but what about world’s largest laptop available? Before moving on, please keep in mind that largest is not necessarily also heaviest, since rugged laptops usually get top spots when it comes to this part. After all, you can’t be bullet proof and weigh in at 3 kilograms, right?
Released about 2 years ago, the HP Pavilion HDX9320EA is a real beast – 7 kgs on its own, and a charger that also weighs no less than 1.2 kilos! It may be a bit old for some, but it can surely kick some ass, with its 20.1-inch display having a native resolution of 1,680X1,050 pixels, 4 GB of memory, and the powerful 2.5GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 processor. Oh, yeah, it also packs the Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTS, a graphics chip still beating most mobile competitors it may find in a laptop these days.
Anyway, since I said we’re going to talk about “largest laptop available,” here’s the WDH of the HP beast – 474 x 65 x 357mm!!!
Hmmm… I don’t think we have the largest laptop available here just yet. Any other ideas? Maybe some Dell XPS?
The Dell XPS M2010 is the second and final beast I think it could be the largest laptop available… or probably “has been,” because its hardware specs seem a bit outdated to me – X1800 graphics, only 1 GB of memory, Intel Core 2 Duo T7200, and so on, but we’re not here to talk about any other specs than size here, after all(yupp, size DOES matter… a few times too many).
OK… size, right? The Dell XPS M2010 has a really impressive WDH of 479X74X404 mm! Weight? Well, just for the record, here you have it – 8.3 kilograms!
These being said, we have a winner – the Dell XPS M2010 is the largest laptop available, although I am sure it’s pretty hard to find one these days. Anyway, the article remains open, so if you have any ideas about larger laptops, drop you comment below with the answer to this simple question: what’s the largest laptop available?
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