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“Spotted this beauty for the first time on Germany's...”


written by henko on 09/06/2008

Spotted this beauty for the first time on Germany's Cebit show in Hannover in 2007. It was the first HDD and BlueRay product battle during that show. I was impressed by the looks and the specs. I've tried a demo HD DVD and it was simply stunning.
Looking for a replacement notebook for my musical performances(live and studio) i wanted something with a very big screen and Dualcore processor.
With this still in mind i thought i might just buy it. No regrets here.(not cheap though)
The notebook was very easy to install and immediately i was able to enjoy this multimedia monster. Because i use it heavily for composing music etc. i had already planned to replace the original memory banks en stuff it up with 4Gb RAM memory to use the notebook to its full capacity. After using Vista for a while i noticed a performance drop-down. So i went on to search for a possibility to install Windows XP on the G40. First problem: how am i gonna get the Sata HDD's to talk to the Windows setup. It was a time-consuming story but in the middle of that night i had successfully installed Windows XP Pro. And as expected there was i significant performance improvement. Wow it's much faster than Vista. Even though the sound card is OK i use a professional DAW external sound card from Focusrite.
Together with Cubase and VST-plugins i have the perfect portable soundstudio an performance-tool available.
The HD-drive/burner is perfect although Toshiba have already announced to replace this type for a BlueRay drive. Not so bad since i rather use a seperate divice for watching movies. But still it's one of the best "laptops" around at this moment.

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