Liebermann Olympus 20″ Widescreen Notebook with SLI Announced

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Liebermann Olympus 20

Just when you thought a 19″ notebook was big, the Liebermann Olympus 20″ gets rolled out. The Olympus 20″ seems almost mythical based on the spec sheet. It supports Intel’s Pentium-D Dual-Core and Extreme Edition processors, along with quad DVI-out, an integrated 3 megapixel camera, dual Blue-Ray and HD-DVD optical drives, and dual graphics cards with up to 1GB RAM each.

The rest of the spec sheet doesn’t slow down either:

  • 20.1″ widescreen – 1920×1200 resolution OLED
  • Single or Dual Core desktop processor up to 4.50GHz
  • PCI-Express architecture
  • Built-in 3 megapixel camera
  • 1066 MHz BUS
  • Dual SLI Nvidia graphics (upgradable)
  • 7-1 card reader
  • Instant-On technology
  • PuRAM Solid State system drive
  • Dual internal SATA hard drives
  • Dual Blue-Ray and HD-DVD optical drives
  • 5 enhanced speakers plus subwoofer
  • PAL/NTSC HDTV internal tuner
  • Digital audio
  • Dual 64 bit PCI-Express CardBus
  • Firewire 800
  • USB2
  • Gigabit LAN
  • 108g turbo wireless
  • Bluetooth
  • High speed infrared
  • Quad DVI output
  • S-Video out

The Liebermann Olympus 20″  sounds pretty hot right? The only down side is the machine sounds too good to be true, and may in fact be. There’s no release date known and the company representative we talked with could offer no guidance on pricing either. Rest assured it will probably approach, if not surpass $10,000. If nothing else it acts as a nice proof of concept.



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