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Targa intros Raptor-60 laptop with three hard drives

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Those looking to ditch their desktop without giving up a scrap of hard drive space now have another over-stuffed laptop to consider, with Targa introducing a newly upgraded version of its already high-end Raptor-60 laptop. Near the top of the laptop's selling points is its three SATA hard drives, which can be configured in your choice of JBOD, or RAID 0, 1 or 5 configurations, giving you a total of 750GB of hard drive space. The laptop's no slouch when it comes to the rest of its specs either, packing a 17-inch widescreen display, Intel's 965 chipset, your choice of Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Extreme processors, up to 2GB of RAM, dual Nvidia GeForce Go 7950 graphics cards, and an optional Blu-ray drive, among other features. Of course, all that doesn't exactly come cheap, with the various upgrades easily pushing the laptop towards the $5,000 mark, although you can cut that in half by opting for the lowest-end options across the board.

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