Toshiba today unveiled the Tecra M4 notebook. It has a convertible design allowing users to work with a keyboard or to rotate and fold the screen down to use it as a tablet PC with digital pen-based input and control.
The Tecra M4 features an Intel Pentium M processor and a 14-inch LCD screen. It comes with Microsoft Office OneNote software and starts selling at $1,999.
Also launched was the Libretto brand with the U100, a new mini notebook. The U100 features the Pentium M with the 955GME chipset. It has a 7.2-inch diagonal widescreen LCD, wireless connectivity and a 1.8-inch 60GB HDD. The Libretto U100 comes with Windows XP Professional and starts at $1,999.
And lastly the company also announced the Portege R200, a 2.68 pounds notebook that is less than an inch thick. According to Toshiba this is the thinnest and lightest notebook with a 12.1-inch screen. It has a Pentium M processor, a 1.8-inch 60GB HDD and a mini wireless card. The price of the Portege R200 starts at $2,099.
More info at Cnet
Toshiba launches three notebooks - Tecra M4, Libretto U100 and Portege R200
Posted on Wednesday, April 20 2005 @ 19:40 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck