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Toshiba's new Satellite R15-S829 is a notebook PC that easily converts to a tablet PC with digital pen-based input and control. With a 14.1-inch display, the Satellite R15 features a writing area similar to a standard sheet of paper when in tablet mode. It also includes a DVD SuperMulti Double Layer drive capable of reading and writing in 10 different formats, with the ability to nearly double a DVD's recordable storage capacity. Loaded with Microsoft's Office OneNote software, the Satellite R15 can capture, organize, and share virtually any kind of information, from typed or handwritten messages to audio recordings captured on the notebook's built-in microphones. The Satellite R15 starts at $1,599. Find out more at www.toshiba.com.

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Title Annotation:WHAT'S NEW: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here.
Author:Varughese, Julie A.
Publication:University Business
Date:Jan 1, 2006
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