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ASUS has announced the launch of reliable and secure, ASUS Commercial Series notebooks which are designed to perform in the business world having been subjected to stringent durability tests which include drop and pressure tests that surpass industry standards.
Toshiba, in celebration to its 25 years of laptop innovation, today announced the launch of world’s first dual touchscreen laptop, Toshiba Libretto W105-L251 Dual Touchscreen Laptop which combines Smartphone functionality with a standard netbook PC usability and is powered by Microsoft Windows 7 operating system.
MSI has today announced the release of a stylishly classy MSI FX400 Notebook, that is powered by Intel Core i5 processor and features 14-inch LED display powered by NVIDIA GeForce GT 325M discrete graphics card with 1GB dedicated video memory.
Toshiba has upgraded the well established Toshiba Mini NB305 Netbook, which now powered by latest Intel ATOM N455 processor and feature 25.7cm (10.1-inch) diagonal LED backlit display with a full-sized keyboard and touchpad.
Toshiba today introduced a new model to its netbook range in India, the Toshiba Mini NB250 Netbook, featuring 25.7cm (10.1-inch) diagonal LED backlit display and includes a full-sized keyboard and touchpad clad in elegant Celestial Black finish.
MSI today announced the new addition to its Classic Series family with MSI CR410 14-inch Notebook that features AMD’s latest Vision (Danube) platform with AMD Athlon II Dual-Core processor and DDR3 system memory with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4270 for a smooth multimedia experience.
MSI today announced the new addition to its Classic Series family with MSI CX720 Notebook that is armed with the Intel 2010 Core processor and boast of NVIDIA discrete graphics featuring fashionable exterior and friendly disposition, delivering an exceptional entertainment, learning, and work companion.
Asus has today introduced its new Business series notebooks which includes two models, viz. ASUS B43 and ASUS B53 Business Notebooks, both featuring the Boston-Power’s Sonata batteries which focus on a long life rather than increasing the capacity, allowing these notebooks to run longer on a single charge.