HP Firefly With Voodoo DNA Gaming Notebook Review

Posted: Jan 2 2009, 8:35am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:22pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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HP is supposed to announced the Voodoo Firefly branded gaming notebook at the CES 2009 next week. Laptop Magazine already has their hands all over a prototype HP Firefly with Voodoo DNA.
The new gaming monster features a uniquely positioned multi-touch touchpad, dual displays, and enough gaming muscle to tear through Far Cry 2 without a flinch.
Quote from the review: "Calling this titan a Firefly is like naming a rabid pitbull “Cupcake.” After all, HP tells us it weighs 13 pounds including a massive pound power brick, and looks a lot like the laptop version of HP’s Blackbird desktop system with Voodoo DNA. With a 17-inch screen, it isn’t as large as the 20.1-inch HP HDX, but its not a system you would want to carry on your back (nor do we think you could even find a bag for it!)"
Read the full review on LaptopMag.

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