Here at PC Perspective, we’ve covered NVIDIA Optimus thoroughly by examining the underlaying technology and also products that integrate it (see our review of the 16″ Asus N61v). We haven’t been shy about recommending Optimus as something worth getting and our review of the Asus U30Jc shows it can help achieve a stunning 7+ hours of operation.

But what if you wanted an Optimus notebook with a little more CPU power, or perhaps more RAM, you may be out of luck with current Optimus offerings.

Here is where Eurocom comes in. Today Eurocom is announcing the new B7110 FOX notebook – a totally configurable Optimus notebook down to your choice CPU, a second hard drive instead of an optical drive, and even your choice of thermal compound. However, you’re stuck with the default NVIDIA GT 330M used by everyone else.

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The B7110 FOX comes in both 17.3″ and 15.6″ form factors and is highly configurable. The prices are fairly competitive to the pre-built offerings from major manufacturers.

Check out the Eurocom B7110 FOX product page, or configure your own.
“Eurocom launches line of gamer-friendly notebooks with Optimus, the latest in graphics switching technology from NVIDIA.

Eurocom’s new line of gamer-friendly notebooks features NVIDIA’s Optimus technology, which intelligently switches graphics between 1GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT330M and Intel HD integrated graphics to deliver optimal battery life (up to 240 minutes).

It also offers  a choice of 15.6” and 17.3” Full HD 1920×1080 displays and comes with Intel Core i5 and Core i7 technology.

The EUROCOM  Fox line is available for order today starting at $999 for 15.6″  B5100M FOX and $1199 for 17.3″  B7110 FOX model.”

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