Acer goes for Centrino on Tablet

Intel’s Centrino technology is getting a boost in the Middle East, with Acer launching a Tablet PC - the TravelMate C110 – based on the product set in the region.

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By  Peter Branton Published  July 23, 2003

Intel’s Centrino technology is getting a boost in the Middle East, with Acer launching a Tablet PC - the TravelMate C110 – based on the product set in the region.

The TravelMate C110 is the second Tablet PC Acer has released in the Middle East. Last year, Acer was among the first to launch a Tablet PC in the region with the introduction of the TravelMate C100 last year.

“Our first Tablet PC took the lead in Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) during Q4 last year and we expect the new TravelMate C110 to further boost our success in the Tablet PC sector,” said Krishna Murthy, General Manager, Acer Computer (M.E.) Ltd.

The TravelMate C110, is aimed at the growing “on-the-move” business community in the region. Weighing less than 1.5kg, the Tablet PC was designed to guarantee the maximum connection capability. It includes an integrated V.92 56Kbps modem/fax, a wired LAN interface and integrated Bluetooth technology. It also has a 10.4 inch LCD screen – that rotates 180 degrees, a keyboard and “pen” input possibilities.

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