HP Compaq nw8240: A Notebook To Replace A Workstation
On April 21 Hewlett Packard Japan launches sales of HP Compaq nw8240 wide-format notebooks with 15.4" WUXGA displays (1920x1200). Judging by interfaces and graphics, we suppose these novelties are intended for professional work.
The company will also be selling a "simpler" model with a mere WSXGA+ display (1680x1050). Both will feature MOBILITY FireGL V5000 128MB, Intel 915PM chipset and Windows XP Professional. Other features include: 60GB 7200rpm HDD, 3 x USB 2.0, 1 x IEEE1394, 1 x PCMCIA Type II, COM, RS-232, modem and IrDA.
Sized 356x264x28mm, the each notebook weighs 2.63kg. Claimed operation time ranges from 3 to 5 hours.
The senior model bases on Pentium M 770 2.13GHz CPU and has 2GB RAM, DVD±R/RW drive and IEEE 802.11a/b/g adapter. It will be priced $3,900.
The junior notebook bases on Pentium M 740 1.73GHz, has 512MB RAM, DVD±R/RW drive and IEEE 802.11a/b/g as well. This one will cost $2,450.
Source: PC Watch
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