Thin is in.
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 See Windows.
(operating system) Microsoft Windows - Microsoft's proprietary window system and user interface software released in 1985 to run on top of MS-DOS. Widely criticised for being too slow (hence "Windoze", "Microsloth Windows") on the machines available then. Vista, this notebook allows users to access information, applications, and multimedia content, as well as take handwritten hand·write
tr.v. hand·wrote , hand·writ·ten , hand·writ·ing, hand·writes
To write by hand.
[Back-formation from handwritten.]
Adj. 1. notes, draw diagrams, edit documents, and have full PC functionality. Its features, such as a 12-inch widescreen display, an Intel Core The latest generation of the Intel x86 family of CPUs. Core supersedes the 13-year run of the Pentium, which was introduced in 1993. It essentially represents the ninth generation of the x86 architecture, the first chip appearing in the IBM PC in 1981. 2 Duo processor See Core Duo and Intel Core. , 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 (Balanced Technology EXtended) A motherboard design from Intel introduced in 2004 that supersedes the ATX. Unlike the ATX, the placement of all chip sockets in the BTX is defined in order to provide sufficient air flow over the processor and display adapter. case options, and a choice of hard drives. It is available for $599 and up. For more information visit www .gateway.com.