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HCL unveils world's lightest notebook

12-February-2005
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HCL unveils world's lightest notebook

HCL Frontline, the distribution arm of HCL Infosystems, in association with Toshiba, has launched the world's lightest notebook, Toshiba Portégé R 150.

The notebook, weighing just 995 grams, comes with a 12.1" polysilicon display and full-size keyboard. Coupled with Intel CentrinoTM mobile technology plus a range of connectivity and productivity software, the R150 gives users the freedom to experience wireless mobile computing with Toshiba's Portégé award-winning series.

Priced at Rs 1, 15,990, it comes with a three years carry-in warranty. The notebook is available through HCL Infosystems' channel network and Toshiba showrooms.

"Customers today are looking for added features in a notebook that make both using it carrying it around easy. The Portégé R150 will very soon become the notebook of choice for highly mobile professionals, given its state-of-the-art features, ease of use and light weight," said Rajender Kumar, VP Operations, HCL Infosystems.

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