Evesham's Voyager C720DC (£1499 inc. VAT) uses a chassis we've seen on plenty of gaming machines over the past few years. However, thanks to the use of high-end components, it's still capable of offering a decent gaming experience
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Building on a previous laptop design, Evesham has added an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. For powerhouse gaming, the Evesham Voyager C720DC (£1499 inc. VAT) is king. Graphics are powered by Nvidia's GeForce Go 7900 GTX card
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