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    April 11, 2006

    Intel's new Core Duo processors are showing up in all kinds of intriguing PC designs, including what Toshiba calls the ultimate thin and light Tablet PC convertible. The 4.5-pound Portege M405-S8003 combines a Core Duo T2400 (1.83GHz) dual-core CPU with 1GB of DDR-2/533 memory, a 100GB Serial ATA hard drive, modular DVD±RW SuperMulti drive, and a swiveling 12.1-inch XGA display at a retail price of $2,000.

    The Windows XP Tablet Edition 2005 system strengthens security with an integrated biometric fingerprint reader plus Trusted Platform Module embedded chipset. Besides flipping between notebook-with-keyboard and tablet-with-stylus modes, the Portege provides a Presentation button that switches the display to an external monitor or projector with one touch. Gigabit Ethernet and Intel's Pro/Wireless 3945ABG controller take care of network connectivity, while a six-cell lithium-ion battery is rated at up to five hours of unplugged use.

    Related Link: Toshiba

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