Unfortunately, not much else has been specified about the quality of these speakers except that they'll have MaxxAudio 3 software from Waves as well as THX-certified ProMedia 2.1 technology integrated somewhere.
Otherwise, the 3D gaming laptop will have to rest on its existing laurels, such as NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285M graphics, HDMI-in support and an 8ms response time on the 17-inch widescreen display.
The M17x sporting these high-end speakers will be available this month for $1,499.
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