Toshiba Tecra M10 and A10: armoured laptops for business

 
August 30, 2008, 10:02 am

toshiba tecra m10 and a10: armoured  laptops for business 
toshiba tecra m10 and a10: armoured  laptops for business   The division of personal computers Toshiba Europe GmbH announced on renewing line laptops Tecra, intended, primarily for small, medium and large business.
Tecra A10 c screen diagonal 15, 4 created for those who want to replace her working PCs accessible laptop computer. Safe corpus prevents loss of data at falling notebook. Tecra M10 with a 14 - inch display will have on the soul of those who frequently travels in business travel. Professional NVIDIA Quadro graphics adapter enables faster job applications and networking opportunities will always remain in touch. Included with the new Tecra delivered to the choice of operating systems Windows Vista or Windows XP Professional.
The new Tecra built on a platform of Intel Centrino 2. Also, depending on configuration, will be available model based on technology Intel vPro. Models equipped Tecra A10 modules built mobile broadband HSDPA. Toshiba offers its customers a model with SSD-volume 64 GB drives or 128 GB.
In the technology innovations implemented EasyGuard, which includes a reinforced body structure, protecting the hard disk, vlagoustoychivuyu keyboard and a fingerprint scanner. ConfigFree software allows quick and easy to configure a network connection, to eliminate any problems and maintain all necessary settings for connecting with one click.
The new Tecra notebooks will be available on the Russian market in September 2008. Cost Tecra A10 is 37490 rubles, Tecra M10 - 45990 rubles.

 

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