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LG Unleashes First Quad-Core 3D Gaming Laptop

LG R590

The WIDEBOOK R590 is LG’s latest brainchild that claims to be the maker’s first quad core 3D gaming laptop. The 15.6-inch giant also features NVIDIA GeForce GT230M graphics that provides the performance you need to run the latest games on the market.

Singapore, March 11, 2010 – LG Electronics today announced its first quad-core processor notebook, the 15.6-inch LG WIDEBOOK R590.

The R590 features a 1.73GHz Intel Core i7 processor with PM55 Chipset, and a discrete NVIDIA GeForce GT230M with 1GB of dedicated DDR3 video memory to provide performance for 3D games and full HD movies enjoyment on the road. In addition, the WXGA+ high-resolution display (1600 x 900 pixels) offers clear, crisp images.

The LED-backlit 16:9 ratio LCD widescreen is embedded with two stereo speakers with SRS TruSurround HD that offer a cinematic experience for 3D games and movies. A 1.3-megapixel webcam is above the display for video chatting and conferencing. It also offers a rich, glossy appearance with a UV-coated shiny white or crystal black finish.

The proprietary LG- Smart Pack is included to help keep the LG R590 running at peak performance and comprises the maintenance suite of Smart Indicator, Smart Recovery, and Smart Care to maintain an error-free notebook. A detachable Optical Disk Drive enables the notebook to be ultra light and increases mobility. An e-SATA port is provided for connectivity with current-generation hard drives and a High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) connector makes it easy to integrate with modern displays.
The LG WIDEBOOK R590 is now available in Singapore at a recommended retail price of SG$2,399.

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