ECS G900 executive notebook PC delivers power, big screen display

@ 2004/03/14
ECS G900 executive notebook PC delivers power, big screen display, AV capabilities and connectivity for work and play

Elitegroup Computer systems today released the exciting new G900, a premium notebook designed for successful executives who demand the very best and featuring ultimate power, ultimate widescreen display, ultimate AV capabilities and ultimate connectivity.

Another innovative ECS product that is driving the new PC era at CeBIT and throughout the year, the G900 delivers all the power busy, multitasking executive needs to blaze through work applications with grace and power plus a full-featured, yet compact, audiovisual entertainment center for mixing multimedia business and pleasure.

Power for productivity or pleasure

Powered by a muscular 800MHz front side bus Intel Pentium 4 processor with Hyper-Threading technology running at speeds up to 3.2 GHz, the G900 delivers three times the bandwidth of the Pentium III processor. And it’s ready to accommodate up to 1 GB of RAM

Better yet, the G900 comes with the powerful ATi 9700 graphics accelerator with 128MB of onboard VRAM. That means ultimate performance for chip and memory-intensive applications – even digital video, 3D animations, photography and Internet gaming.

Big screen display for big picture thinkers

Seeing the ‘big picture’ is a must for multitasking senior executives and the ECS G900 delivers the ultimate in big screen display.

Whether its owner is crunching numbers on a jumbo spreadsheet, delivering a make-or-break presentation to a demanding client or unwinding with a made-for-theaters DVD movie, the G900’s 17-inch wide LCD screen and ATi Mobility RADEON 9700 video/graphics board with a 128 MB DDR frame buffer delivers.

A media center for work or relaxation

Whether the G900’s owner is reviewing a new, multimedia ad campaign or taking a quick break to unwind from the work pressure, the G900 is ready.

And this powerhouse comes with an onboard television tuner. Just plug an antenna or cable TV wire into the G900’s coaxial connector for television viewing, time shift recording or directly burning favorite programs onto a DVD.

ECS’s proprietary media solution is a combination of Windows XP software augmented by InterVideo WinCinema – including WinDVR for watching television, WinDVD for viewing movies and WinRIP playing music plus – and hardware including five premium on board speakers delivering 5.1 channel output, an Audio DJ for playing music from the optical drive without powering up the PC.

All these great media center features are tied together with a full-featured remote that seamlessly moves the viewer through TV, DVD, music and AudioDJ options. Together, they deliver all the power of Windows XP Media Center Edition plus exclusive features not found in other media packages.

Ultimate connectivity

The G900 is ready to work smoothly with a complete range of external devices for added productivity and pleasure: Four conveniently located USB ports; a 6-in-one card reader for file sharing and photo uploads or a second HDD for RAID function to speed up data access or enhance data security; headphone and external microphone jacks; an optical SPDIF jack to for high quality audio output; LAN; modem; 1394; TV out; CRT; and cable TV input ports work together for the ultimate in connectivity.

The ECS G900 will be available in selected markets during March 2004.

About ECS

Founded in 1987, Elitegroup, a leading IT technology solutions provider dedicated to Driving the New PC Era, is headquartered in Taiwan with operations in North America, Europe and the Pacific Rim. ISO 9001 and 14001 certified, Elitegroup's widely acclaimed research and development team, close relationships with major component suppliers, flexible production capabilities and state of the art manufacturing facilities add up to cutting edge products that reach the market at the peak of customer demand.
Comment from IKilledMyAGOIA @ 2004/03/15
wow, they really turned up the heat with this notebook, i bet it could give some of the best alienware machines a run for their money with the AIW 97 and mobile p4-c

 

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