Wednesday, September 8, 2010

gScreen SpaceBook 17 options

We are looking at several configuration options for the SpaceBook 17.

We will launch with one specific configuration, then we'll offer more options 3-6 months after launch.

Here is a list of the launch options we are working on:


- Intel Core i7-740 QM

- 4G DDR3 Memory

- HDD 7200rpm 320G

- 2 x LED 17.3 inch 1920 x 1080 (non-glossy)

- GeForce N10E- 1GB GTX250

- Windows 7 Pro

- Backlit Keyboard

11 comments:

Notinkeys said...

I would recommend 6, or even 8, GB RAM over 4. Since this is a premium priced unit anyway, you want it to perform well for your customers and make the best impression possible. I'd also think a 500 GB drive would be better.

slayer4555 said...

how much would it be?

slayer4555 said...

how much would it be?

tonyshadwick said...

Just wondering if you guys were going to consider offering this without Windows? If not, could I sway you? I'd be happy to help you out with supporting Ubuntu.

Européen Blanc said...

It would be great to have a FreeDOS (or w/o OS) option and white keyboard with black symbols. And, of course, availability in Europe.

Européen Blanc said...

It would be great to have a FreeDOS (or w/o OS) option and white keyboard with black symbols. And, of course, availability in Europe.

SummersWalk said...

This thing looks amazing. An entire workstation in a notebook form - simply awesome. Will be in the market for a high-end product like this in the spring - definitely keeping eyes on gScreen. Any new pre-sales, or has the unfortunate first round left too much of a sore spot?

vikingvista said...

Exactly what I need, but I've been holding off buying a new portable system for months now, waiting for the Spacebook. Not sure I can hold out much longer.

SummersWalk said...

What will be the max ram allowed? I'd like to upgrade from the standard 4GB to 16GB for heavy Photoshop work.

Joe said...

So what is the status on these? When will they be available?

Christopher said...

Any updates? I have a client that is very interested in getting one of these. I would like to see a lot more RAM in the machine.