CCS introduces new Dothan notebooks

Regional PC integrator and distributor Computer & Communication Systems (CCS) has launched a new range of multimedia notebooks based upon the latest version of Intel’s Pentium M processor.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  June 6, 2004

Regional PC integrator and distributor Computer & Communication Systems (CCS) has launched a new range of multimedia notebooks based upon the latest version of Intel’s Pentium M processor. The firm’s new Vectron notebooks are built around Intel’s 90-nanometre 735, 745 and 755 Pentium M CPUs, which were previously code-named Dothan. "Mobile computing is a fast growing segment and we want to do our best to build systems that bring the latest technologies to our users," said Raymond Ghanem, division manager, CCS. "We will be one of the first in this region to introduce laptops based on the latest Intel Pentium M processors, to give our customers the performance benefits and the freedom of movement that this technology brings." CSS’s new notebooks offer 2MB of integrated power-managed Level 2 cache, wireless connectivity through standard integrated 802.11b/g Intel PRO/Wireless 2200BG LAN and 15.4" TFT wide screens. Boosting their multimedia offer, the new models feature no less than four speakers and subwoofers, integrated digital cameras and Bluetooth connectivity. The new range of CCS Vectron notebooks are available immediately through authorized dealers across the region.

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