Gateway P171FX Video
Gateway P171FX Video Transcript
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>> I'm Dan Ackerman here at CES 2008 and we are taking a look at the Gateway P-171FX. Now Gateway has had a line of desktop gaming machines called FX Phenom and they are really great; so what they're doing is that they're taking that FX brand and moving it over to laptops. The first one is this guy and that's pretty cool; you get a whole bunch of high-end features like an HDMI output and an ES-ATA port and you've got these cool brushed metal media control buttons; and for about 3,000 dollars you get some super high-end parts. You get a Core 2 Extreme processor; you get the new Nvidia 8800 video card and even though that model is a little bit expensive, I'll let you in on another secret; there's another model that's about 1350 you can get. It has a slower CPU but still has that 8800 Nvidia card; that's as cheapest as we've ever seen that and probably the cheapest we're gonna see that for a while. So you can check that one out later in January. I'm Dan Ackerman and that's the Gateway P-171FX here at CES 2008. ^M00:00:59 [ Music ] ^M00:01:03
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