HP & Voodoo has unveiled the Voodoo Envy 133 which is just 0.7 inch thick. The very nicely designed and anorexic desktop replacement features a 13.3 inch LCD display, a fast processor, an SDD drive, WiFi N (100+ Mbps), and has an instant-on OS (most likely linux-based) that can boot super quick to let you access the web and other basic applications. Weighing in at about 3.4lbs, the Voodoo Envy 133 has a carbon fiber shell and starts at $2,099. It looks pretty amazing. What’s not to like?
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Computers and cars have a lot in common when it comes to speed and performance. Namely the faster you want to go, the more money the machines will cost you. Voodoo computers announced a new Omen gaming PC today that is everything you expect form a high-end gaming machine—fast and expensive.
The new Omen isn’t even available to the masses, at least not at first. You can only get the machine by invitation sent to previous buyers of Voodoo systems. Even if you get an invitation to buy one of the shiny rigs you better come with deep pockets—the new Omen will set you back at least $7000.
Accepting configuration orders today, Voodoo PC unleashes the Envy 15.4 inch M:152. It may very well be the envy of the LAN party but with the biometric fingerprint reading physical lock you can keep your M:152 safe from prying eyes.
The Envy M:152 uses Centrino Duo technology with 802.11n Wi-Fi off the shelf. The notebook is scalable through the Core 2 line up to the 2.6GHz Core 2 Extreme mobile processor X7800, being the first Voodoo laptop to use the chipset. Equipped with a 512MB GeForce 8600M GT GPU, the M:152 will scream during game play allowing users the full experience of Windows Vista and visually rich applications while still keeping cool and Voodoo claims this system will work quieter than other Envy systems.