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If computers had to go to school they probably would want to look cool and sharp in class. Lenovo has released two new notebook PCs with widescreens measuring in at 14.1 inches--the ThinkPad T61 and the first ever R Series widescreen, the ThinkPad R61 (starting at $1,399 and $1,249, respectively). They share many features: a new Top Cover Roll Cage for durability, an improved cooling system, and enhanced wireless connectivity with Ultra Connect II. They also have Intel Centrino Pro and Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology. The "Battery Stretch" feature allows users to extend battery life by 15 percent by powering down tools they don't readily need.

Also new is the 3000 N200 15.4-inch widescreen notebook, which offers WEAN with 802.11n technology, 10/100 Ethernet, and Bluetooth connectivity options. Integrated fingerprint readers help users manage their passwords and information. For a lower total cost of ownership, Lenovo Care TooLS help manage IT tasks with automatic updates, one-button system recovery, and network connectivity. Choices of Intel integrated graphics or NVIDIA discrete graphics combined with options such as an integrated camera, a five-in-one multicard reader, and Vibrant View display, add to its use. Pricing starts at $1,099. Visit www.lenovo.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:Jul 1, 2007
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