Eurocom, strangely enough a Canadian vendor which specializes in offering DTR (Desktop Replacement) notebooks has listed their latest upcoming notebook M980U Emperor on their website. Touted as the world's first notebook with Nvidia Gxx SLI, surely they can lay claim to the fact because any other manufacturer has yet to announce a notebook with Nvidia's Gxx series GPUs, let alone an SLI configuration of them.
Looking at Nvidia's current roadmap, we can safely say that the G2xx line-up will only be out in the later half of this year, most likely co-inciding with the back-to-school season. All G2xx mobile GPUs from Nvidia are 40nm, so we can expect better efficiency (performance/watt) than the current line-up. Eurocom does not mention which class of the GPUs will be used in the notebook, but most likely will be employing GT215 which the performance part set to replace the ever-green G92. (GT215 is also the highest performing GT2xx part to have taped out on 40nm yet)
The M980U Emperor is based on the MCP79xi SLI Chipset and paired with an Intel Quad-core Mobile processor. The display is listed as Full HD (1920