Gathering Pace in the Middle East

ProTECHnology has a Middle East first on its hands in Hall 4 with the PaceBook from PaceBlade. Described as a 'new generation in human computing', the PaceBook supports Windows XP and 2000 and — complete with an optional DeskStand — the PaceBook looks to be an ergonomic solution for the home or office.

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By  Graham Stacey Published  October 13, 2002

ProTECHnology has a Middle East first on its hands in Hall 4 with the PaceBook from PaceBlade. Described as a 'new generation in human computing', the PaceBook supports Windows XP and 2000 and — complete with an optional DeskStand — the PaceBook looks to be an ergonomic solution for the home or office. Additionally, as a tablet, the PaceBook's handwriting recognition and range of carrying options make it a worthy choice for business on the move. Specs include a 12.1" TFT display, wireless keyboard, CD-ROM, 128MB of PC 133 memory (upgradeable to 640MB), two USB connections and wireless compatibility. Oh, and it looks good too! Hall 4 Stand Q4-2

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