NEC announces new tablets and notebooks
NEC has recently announced a new tablet. The sales of NEC LaVie TB for home users will start in the first half of February in Japan. According to NEC, measured 224x297x15 mm and weighing 1.02 kg, itís the lightest and thinnest Tablet PC in the world. Later the novelty will appear in North American and European shops. Besides, the company plans to release the business version VersaPro (VA93J/GL).
NEC LaVie TB (TB700/5T) works under Windows XP Tablet PC Edition, bases on integrated ALi CyberALADDiN-T and features 10.4" 1024x768 (XGA) LCD display, 933MHz ULW Pentium III-M, 256Mb RAM, 20Gb HDD, a number of interfaces, including IEEE 802.11a/b. Built-in batteries provide up to 3 hours of operation. The price of NEC LaVie TB starts from $2100, VersaPro VA93J/GL business variant will cost about $2500.
Itís interesting that the company also prepares to launch sales of VersaPro LaVA93J/CH notebook ($2450) with similar specs (except for Windows XP Professional, 12.1" XGA LCD and 15Gb HDD).
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