Compaq Evo N1000v Pentium 4 notebooks with a new cooling system
In the end of July the market (at least, the Japanese) will see two new notebooks of Compaq Evo Notebook N1000v series under the Compaq trademark that is now belongs to Hewlett-Packard.
What´s so interesting about them? First, the new method of CPU and system cooling: N1000v utilizes two special coolers with thermal channels and copper base. Second, the cooling systems feature 10-step cooler speed adjusting capability.
The most powerful model P2200/15p/256/40/W/C/XP features 15" 1400È1050 (SXGA+) LCD screen, 2.20 GHz Pentium 4 CPU (Intel 845MP chipset), 256 MB RAM (up to 1 GB), 40 GB HDD, ATI MOBILITY RADEON 7500 (32 MB) video, 8/8/8/24x DVD/CD-RW combo, and a wide range of modern interfaces.
The novelty size is 327È268È43 mm, weight 3.3 kg. Also expected: 2A GHz Pentium 4 and 1.5 GHz Mobile Celeron versions. All systems will have Windows 2000/XP Professional preinstalled. Deliveries to Japan will start in the end of July for the price from $1400 to $2400.
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