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Eurocom D900F

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the keyboard and performance. The design and screen are also appreciated. There are some mixed opinions about the value for money, and there are some critical comments about the battery and portability.

screen, design, performance, keyboard

portability, battery

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Eurocom D900F is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Eurocom D900F Review

 

Our notebook benchmarks had barely recovered from the wailing they took at the hands of AVADirect's Core i7/SLI-wielding X8100 (reviewed June) when Eurocom's D900F arrived to inflict further punishment. At least this time around they suffered a...

Core i7-980X; capable graphics; big, bright screen; fully featured

Limited portability; pricey as hell

No, this isn’t the notebook you take to the café in order to work over a cappuccino. Instead, it’s a solid, serious machine with six cores of processing might that can perform all the functions of a full tower—albeit, for a full-tower price.

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Eurocom D900F Panther (2010 Version)

 

This $4,000 uber-laptop offers record-breaking speed with plenty of 3D horsepower. If money's not an issue, it's a great pick for gaming, content creation, and entertainment use.

Superb performance; top-shelf parts; bloatware-free; stylish design

Very thick, heavy; short battery life; tinny speakers

If money is a secondary concern and media-crunching performance is the top priority, the Eurocom D900F Panther should be on your short list. While a formidable gaming rig, this big boy really shines when it comes to tasks that require multi-core...

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Eurocom D900F Panther

 

The Panther is a huge, heavy beast, but it offers performance rivaling that of the fastest desktop PCs.

Blazing performance; large, bright screen; supports up to four hard drives; very good keyboard

Poor battery life; expensive; large and heavy; doesn't support monitor resolutions greater than 1,920x1,200

That said, the Panther's performance lets it compete directly with desktop Core i7 PCs, and even with its heft and bulk, it's still a lot easier to lug around than a desktop PC, keyboard, mouse, and LCD monitor. If you insist on desktop performance and...

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Eurocom D900F Panther review

 

The 'Panther' bit isn't referring to the not-so-lithe chassis

Excellent erformance

Back-breakingly heavy ; Overriced ; Proer mobile Core CPUs coming

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