Toshiba has just unveiled its 12.1-inch screened Portege M750 tablet PC that allows users to manage and control their valuable data with their little finger.
The laptop has a pivot screen that can be flipped the tablet into a flat slate that lets users to write or draw directly onto the screen. Isn’t it a more professional looking stylus for those who don’t like to smudge the screen?
With this tablet PC, Toshiba is not only aiming at the education and health care sectors, but also targeting at workers in field sales.
It doesn’t end here, as creative professionals like architects and designers will also find it quite handy. In short, it isfor all those who need to show stuff on a flat portable screen.
It features Toshiba’s EasyGuard technology that offers it all important shock protection aside from a spill resistant keyboard that keep it quite safe from rank coffee that you may buy while working on site.
So far specs are concerned; you will find an Intel Centrino2 processor, 2GB RAM of DDR2, 160 GB Hard Disk, Bluetooth, a Super Multi Drive, Wi-Fi, optional 3G HSPA modules, Windows Vista Business and an impressive battery life of five hours.
It has the price tag of just £849, which makes it really considerable and not too shabby as well.
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