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Averatec Introduces Industry’s Lightest 17" Notebook

Discussion in 'News' started by malware, Apr 16, 2006.

  1. malware New Member

    Nov 7, 2004
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    Averatec Inc., a leader in innovative mobile computing products, today announced its largest form factor notebook to date with the introduction of the 17-inch widescreen, 7100 Series infotainment notebook. Powered by AMD Turion 64 mobile technology, the 7100 Series delivers an outstanding digital entertainment experience coupled with high-performance processing designed to handle today’s demanding business applications. With its sleek black styling, trim 1-inch profile, and weighing in at an industry-light 7.2 pounds, the 7100 Series features a super-bright 17-inch WXGA widescreen display with Averatec’s distinctive AveraBrite technology. This innovative technology features a brighter, crystal-clear screen that’s ideal for displaying favorite DVDs, videos, digital photos or graphics-intensive presentations. A full-featured notebook, the 7100 Series offers a standard full-size keyboard with a separate full-size numeric keypad, memory expandable to 2 GB, an 80 or 100 GB hard drive, a built-in dual-layer DVD/CD burner, integrated 5-in-1 media card reader that supports xD, MS, MS PRO, MMC and SD memory card formats, IEEE 1394 FireWire interface and three high-speed USB 2.0 ports. Offered with either Microsoft Windows XP Home, Professional or Media Center Edition installed, the 7100 Series is also Microsoft Windows Vista-capable. The 7100 Series is offered at an estimated street price starting at $849 to $1,199, depending on configuration, and is backed by a one-year limited warranty (six months for the battery) and one-year, toll-free technical support available 24/7.

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  2. couppi New Member

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    7.2 lbs sure beats the 17" powerbook's 6.9...
    False advertising at its best.
  3. v-zero Guest

    I'd still rather have a macbook, it's the only thing Apple are the best at doing... Unbeatable laptops.

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