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Another day, yet another life-changing gaming laptop released. This time, Toshiba may have stolen nVidia's thunder by announcing the availability of the Satellite P102-S921 gaming laptop, the first such system to feature nVidia's GeForce GO 7900 GS mobile GPU. Among other specs, the 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo T2400 makes an appearance, as does 1GB of DDR2 SDRAM and a 160GB hard drive. The 17-inch TruBrite display is the window to the 256MB GeForce GO 7900 GS, which, as always, promises "state of the art" technology. The laptop costs $2000 and can be found at select retailers in the US.

Toshiba pre-announces next-gen Nvidia mobile GPU [The Register]