It looks like Anynote is hopping on the DirectX 10
bandwagon as well, as the company's 15.4-inch AL5600G stuffs a potent 256MB NVIDIA GeForce 8600M
under the hood alongside a few other respectable components. Beyond the widescreen WXGA display and GPU, users will find Intel's 965PM
chipset, a 2GHz T7300 processor, up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM, 120GB of SATA hard drive space, a DVD burner, Ethernet, WiFi
, and a six-cell battery to boot. Furthermore, the port assortment includes DVI output, four USB connectors, S-Video, a four-in-one multicard reader, ExpressCard
slot, S/PDIF output, and a built-in subwoofer for hints of bass here and there. Anynote's above-average AL5600G should hit South Koreans outlets anytime at a price of ?1,199,500 ($1,289).