EUROCOM D900T PHANTOM
17-inch WSXGA+;1680-by-1050; UltraBright with Glossy Surface or Superb WUXGA 1920-by- 1200 pixels with Glossy Surface


-up to 3.8 GHz Intel Pentium 4 Processor with 2MB cache(socket-775)

- Upgradeable VGA Technology:

  • 256MB GDDR nVidia GeForce Go6800

  • 256MB GDDR3 ATi Mobility Radeon x800

  • 256MB GDDR3 nVidia Quadro FX Go1400 with OpenGL

  • 256MB GDDR3 nVidia GeForce Go6800 ULTRA

  • 256MB GDDR3 Nvidia GeForce Go7800GTX

  • 512MB GDDR3 Nvidia GeForce Go7900GTX

  • 512MB GDDR3 Nvidia Quadro FX2500M with OpenGL

    - up to 4 GB of Dual-Channel DDR2-533; 4 sockets /2 dual-channels

    - two physical hard drives; up to 640GB; SATA or IDE/ATA support with RAID 0,1 support

    - choice of any two physical optical drives including slot-based 8x MULTI DVD (DVD-RAM/-RW/+-RW) or BLU RAY Writer & Reader

    - two FireWire (IEEE1394a) ports

    - 1 Gigabit/100/10 Ethernet on-board

    - optional internal TV Tuner


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    Riding the fine line between desktop and laptop

    The product: While it's commonplace to be able to swap out components on desktops, notebook users in general don't enjoy the same flexibility. That's slowly been changing, however, with the exception of one key component: the graphics module. Eurocom's D900T Phantom solves that, allowing users to eventually upgrade one of the three 256MB x16 PCI Express graphics card modules Eurocom offers. And its powerful and configurable components don't stop there:

    Dual optical drives, including a double-layer DVD±RW
    3.6GHz Intel Pentium 4 processor
    Up to 4GB of DDR2 RAM
    RAID 0 or 1 arrays on two physical SATA hard drives
    Optional internal TV tuner
    The price: The D900T Phantom is highly configurable through Eurocom's Web site, but the base model, which doesn't include many of its performance options, comes with the steep price of $2,699.

    The prospects: While the Eurocom D900T Phantom has plenty to offer out of the box, the ability to upgrade many of its components down the road--including graphics--makes this system something to really consider. The mammoth, 17-inch wide-screen D900T, with its 12.1-pound weight, straddles the line between desktop and notebook; traveling with this mobile workstation is a back-breaking affair. Hopefully, though, this is just the first of a long line of upgradable notebooks, keeping your purchase from becoming obsolete inside of a year or two.

    By Joshua Goldman, staff editor, Computer Shopper




    "It isn't every day that we receive a notebook with such an exhaustive list of firsts it can call its own. And so we find the Eurocom D900T Phantom, a computer that makes all that have come before it look positively Jurassic in design..."
    "From a storage standpoint, the Phantom is hands down the most advanced notebook ever built."

    Mobile Computing Magazine, March 2005