**OFFICIAL Sager NP5125/Sager NP5135/Clevo B5130M Owner's Lounge**

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  1. Skwiggler

    Skwiggler Notebook Guru

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    Anyone seen any reviews on this?
    Looks really nice! Wouldn't mind picking one up if it has good battery life....

    Sager NP5125 Feature Highlight

    Put the technology of tomorrow in your hands today with the new Sager NP5125 hybrid notebook computer. Featuring NVIDIA’s new Optimus technology, the NP 5125 utilizes seamless optimization to provide the outstanding graphics performance you desire while also prolonging your battery life. With features ranging from a vibrant 15.6" LED widescreen glossy display to the latest Intel® Core™ i5 / i7 mobile processor and 802.11N Wireless LAN, the NP5125 has everything the power user needs to tackle any number of tasks. The NP5125 also features the new SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port, Bluetooth, Fingerprint Reader, 1.3M web camera, e-SATA and HDMI Ports. With all of this and more, the NP5125 is loaded with features conducive to both business productivity and entertainment in a mobile design that can go virtually anywhere.
    Hybrid Technology Offers Performance and Mobility
    The days of having to give up battery life to obtain high-end graphics performance are a thing of the past with the NP5125. For the most demanding applications, NVIDIA's new Optimus Technology optimizes the performance of the NP5125 with a dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M GPU with 1GB GDDR3 memory. Capable of delivering a 3dmark06 score in excess of 6500, this breakthrough in graphics technology will satisfy even the most demanding gamer. For less demanding applications, the GT 330M GPU is powered off and the integrated Intel GMA graphics handles both rendering and display calls to conserve power and provide the highest possible battery life. Best of all, these transitions are executed instantaneously, seamlessly and automatically without a hiccup. With the NVIDIA Optimus-capable NP5125, you can now enjoy watching a HD movie, surfing the Web or playing the latest 3D games with the assurance of getting the best performance and the longest battery life.
    Get Ready for SuperSpeed!
    Your data transfers will be lightning fast with the NP5125’s built-in USB 3.0 port, which provides transfer speeds 10 times faster than the previous generation USB 2.0. The NP5125 lets you connect to the latest USB 3.0 storage devices for ultra-fast data backup while remaining compatible with your current USB 2.0 devices.
    Here is the data sheet for this model so you can have an idea of the customization options. The configurable laptop will be available on our website later today.

    NP5125
    CPU
    Intel® Core™ i5-450M processor, 2.40GHz, (32nm, 3MB L3 cache)
    Intel® Core™ i5-520M/540M processor, 2.40/2.53GHz, (32nm, 3MB L3 cache)
    Intel® Core™ i7-620M processor, 2.66GHz, (32nm, 4MB L3 cache)
    Core Logic
    Intel® HM55 Chipset
    Display
    15.6” HD 16:9 Wide screen (1366x768) Display with Super Clear Glare Type screen or
    15.6” Full HD 16:9 Wide screen (1920x1080) Display with Super Clear Glare Type screen
    Memory
    Supports Dual Channel DDR3
    Two 204Pin SODIMM sockets, support for DDR3 1066MHz
    Expandable up to 8GB (32 bit OS editions have a memory limitation of 2.8GB. Other hardware or application limitations may further prevent use of all installed memory. Windows 7 64bit is required for memory configurations of 4GB and above.)
    Video Controller
    Intel® GMA HD
    · Intel® Dynamic Video Memory Technology up to 1.7GB
    · Microsoft ® DirectX® 10 compatible
    · Enhanced video and 3D engine
    · Hardware-accelerated decode for Blu-ray
    NVIDIA® GeForce™ GT 330M
    · 1GB DDR3 Video RAM
    · Microsoft® DirectX® 10.1 compatible
    · HDMI 1.3a
    · nVIDIA® PhysX® Technology
    · nVIDIA® CUDA™ Technology
    · nVIDIA® Optimus™ Technology
    Storage
    One changeable 12.7mm(H) Super Multi / Blu-ray ODD, SATA interface
    One changeable 2.5” 9.5mm(H) SATA HDD
    Sound System
    High Definition audio interface
    S/P DIF digital output
    Built-in Microphone
    Built-in two speakers
    Keyboard
    Full size isolated keyboard with numeric pad
    MS Windows Function keys
    Independent GPU button, support UMA and Optimus mode
    Three instant buttons for WLAN On/Off, Mute, and Web Cam On/Off
    Pointing Device
    Integrated touchpad with Multi-gesture and Scrolling function
    I/O Ports
    1 HDMI output Port
    1 CRT output Port
    1 USB 3.0 Port
    3 USB 2.0 Ports
    1 eSATA Port
    1 Headphone Jack
    1 Microphone Jack
    1 S/PDIF output Jack
    1 RJ-45 LAN (10/100/1000Mbps)
    Slots
    3-in-1 Card Reader (MMC/RSMMC/MS/MS Pro/MS Duo/SD/Mini-SD/SDHC)
    1 MiniCard Slot for WLAN module
    Communication
    Built-in Gigabit Ethernet LAN
    Bluetooth™ V2.1 + EDR module
    Integrated 802.11 b/g/n wireless LAN half mini card module or
    Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6200 - 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN half mini card module or
    Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300 - 802.11a/b/g/n wireless LAN half mini card module
    Other Features
    Built-in 1.3M Digital Video Camera
    Easy snap-on Top Cover
    Power
    Full Range 90W AC Adapter AC-in 100~240V, 50~60Hz, DC output 19V, 4.74A
    Removable 6 cells smart Lithium-Ion battery pack 48.84Wh
    Security
    Kensington® Lock
    Integrated Fingerprint Reader
    OS Support
    Windows® 7
    Certificate
    Windows® 7 (64-bit) Logo
    HDMI Logo
    Dimension
    14.72” (w) x 9.8” (d) x 0.98~1.46” (h)
    5.73 lbs with Battery Pack
     
  2. Neuntoter

    Neuntoter Notebook Consultant

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    This is almost certainly the Clevo B1500M.

    This just came out and side a CES 2010 review I don't think anyone has this yet.

    The full HD screen option is not suppose to be out until the 16th?

    I will be ordering mine from darkpcs.com next Monday.

    I would say that this thing is going to be solid just due to Nvidia making it one of the original Optimus display models at CES 2010. The hardware all looks solid, I can't guarantee anything.
     
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    Shane@DARK. Company Representative

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    It is the Clevo B5100m. According to Sager tech support (I emailed them), the battery life is, on average, 2.5 hours. I'm not sure what "on average" means as far as settings go, but I'm sure 3 hours could be squeezed out of it. Also, there is a 1080p led based screen that is available for it, which will likely cut power consumption. Sager also claims a 6500 3dmark06 score, which is at the high end of the GeForce 330m's range.
     
  5. Skwiggler

    Skwiggler Notebook Guru

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    Well thats a no in my books then.
    Back to Asus!
     
  6. Neuntoter

    Neuntoter Notebook Consultant

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    I would wait for a real review, assuming you are running this with intelligent power saving methods I have a feeling you should get more battery life than that.

    This does have Optimus after all and that number seems low of a midrange 15.6" gaming laptop...
     
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    Blacky Notebook Prophet

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    Awesome notebook for the middle class!
     
  8. Padmé

    Padmé NBR Super Pink Princess

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    @Skwiggler....Regarding your first post. When you copy and paste something like that then you need to provide the source. That is considered plagiarism which we don't allow on this forum.
     
  9. Skwiggler

    Skwiggler Notebook Guru

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    Sorry, thought it copied in at the top.
    Varant from AET Solutions emailed me the information on that.
     
  10. Padmé

    Padmé NBR Super Pink Princess

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    Thanks for letting us know. :)
     
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