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CES 2009: HP Firebird with VoodooDNA Gaming PC Hands-on
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 10 January 2009 10:27

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PC Gaming is dying, so on and so on, yadda matter what the doom mongers say there still seems to be mileage in PC gaming yet, as evidenced by the latest spawn of HP and its wholly owned subsidiary, Voodoo PC. Called the Firebird, it's a truly ingenious mixture of desktop and mobile parts that combine to create a small, very powerful and completely silent SLI gaming PC.

Currently only slated for the US, the top of the range model features a 2.83GHz Intel Core 2 Quad, 4GBs of RAM, two 2.5in 320GB hard drives, a slot loading Blu-ray drive, Bluetooth and Draft-N Wi-Fi, Creative Labs X-Fi sound and dual 512MB nVidia 9800S graphics cards.

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