Toshiba Announces Tecra M4 Tablet PC

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Toshiba Announces Tecra M4 Tablet PC

Toshiba pushes the Tablet PC platform further with yet another new model. As if deciding between the Toshiba M200, R15 and R10 isn’t hard enough, Toshiba now adds a third Tablet PC option (the Tecra M4 Tablet PC) to the mix!

This new model looks to be the top of the line, by offering up to 128MB dedicated video, a powerful Sonoma-based Pentium M CPU, SXGA+ resolution and a DVD burner. This premium model will come along with a higher price tag, starting at $1,999.

Description and Features as Stated by Toshiba:


“The Tecra M4 Tablet PC integrates the advanced features of a tablet with state-of-the-art notebook technology. A product of the Toshiba EasyGuard design philosophy, its every aspect is geared toward the optimal mobile experience. The Tecra M4 Tablet PC, our newest platform, is a serious convertible notebook for business professionals who won’t compromise the consistency, reliability and longevity of today’s business environment demands. Tecra M4 Tablet PC flexibility means you can input and review data, browse information and send emails with the keyboard or digital pen – whichever works best for you.”


Key Features
  • Intel Centrino Mobile Technology for optimum productivity
  • Microsoft Windows XP Tablet Edition 2005, a world-class environment that’s easy to use.
  • FREE Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 keeps you organized
  • First time offered! 14.1″ SXGA+ (1400×1050) display
  • DVD burner (8X DVD SuperMulti-drive, Dual layer)
  • Choice of NVIDIA GeForce Go 6200 TE 64M or 6600 TE 128M graphics
  • Up to 3.0hrs 22min battery time
  • Choice of integrated Wireless LAN (802.11b/g) or (802.11a/b/g)
  • Integrated 10/100/1000 Ethernet, V.90/56K modem
  • Cisco Compatible Extensions Program Certified
  • Standard Limited Warranty: 3-year parts and labor, 1-year battery

  • Link to official product website: http://www.toshibadirect.com/td/b2c/cmod.to?coid=-29325&ccid=1291041&rcid=-26367&seg=SMB

     

    Barry

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