If your desktop system is sitting pretty with 24GB of RAM, you're either (A) really into Photoshop, (B) fully embracing the whole concept of a power user, or (C) dizzy on DRAM's rock bottom pricing and figured, 'why the hell not?' Whatever the rationale, boutique system builder AVADirect decided it would be a good idea to give you the same indulgent option in mobile.
You'll also have to be sitting pretty on a pile of cash, and if you have an extra $1,035 (and 92 cents, in case that's a deciding factor) weighing you down, you can swap the stock 6GB RAM option in the Clevo X7200 for 24GB of Crucial DDR3-1333. It's a new option, and one that's insanely appropriate considering the other high end hardware you can stuff in this thing. A stock setup starts at around $2,100, but for less than a down payment on a yacht, you can configure something that looks like this:
17.3-inch Full HD screen
Ferrari Red paint job
Intel Core i7 990X Extreme processor
2 x Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M videocards (SLI)
3 x OCZ Vertex 3 480GB SSD in RAID 0
Bigfoot Killer NIC 802.11n Wi-Fi
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
That'll set you back a little over $9,300, but hey, we have no doubt it will run Crysis, or anything else you throw at it. Excessive? Of course, but this is the same system builder that recently added a 48GB DDR3 option to its gaming desktops, so in a way, AVADirect's totally slacking here. Give it a few generations and this will read like a smartphone spec sheet anyway.