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The Gateway E-155C Thin & Light Convertible Notebook is designed to offer the benefits of tablet computing in a thin form factor that starts at 4.5 pounds and is just 1.17 inches thick. With keyboard, digital pen, and touch-screen input capabilities infused into a single mobile device optimized for Microsoft Windows Vista, this notebook allows users to access information, applications, and multimedia content, as well as take handwritten notes, draw diagrams, edit documents, and have full PC functionality. Its features, such as a 12-inch widescreen display, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, and a biometric fingerprint reader, are optimized for mobile computing. The starting price is $1,849.99. Also new is a small-form-factor desktop PC, the E-2610, which is optimized for Microsoft Windows Vista and features the Intel 945 chipset, a choice of Intel Core 2 Duo dual-core processors, three BTX case options, and a choice of hard drives. It is available for $599 and up. For more information visit www .gateway.com.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education technology products and services? Start here.
Author:Herrmann, Michele
Publication:University Business
Date:Jun 1, 2007
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