Getac Upgrades V100 Convertible Notebook

Posted: Jun 3 2009, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:43pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Getac has announced new upgrades to its rugged V100 convertible tablet/notebook computer. Among the upgrades to the machine are new processors, memory and storage solutions. The machine can now be had with processors up to the 1.2GHz Intel Merom to the 1.4GHz Intel Penryn processors. The V100 also gets an increase from 2GB of Ram to 4GB.

Storage capacities are a minimum of 160GB with maximum available capacity now 320GB. Wireless networking has also been upgraded to 802.11n and an ExpressCard slot is integrated into the base configuration.

The machine has a swiveling LED screen for portability and is built from magnesium alloy and shock mounted with sealed caps and floors to prevent damage from solid particles. The machine weighs only 4.9 pounds and is designed to meet military specifications for ruggedness.

via Getac

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