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Toshiba Announces New Technology in Business Laptops
New product releases offer broad range of choices
By: Open Source News
Jan. 9, 2009 06:00 AM
Focusing on an evolving business environment in which mobile warriors and entrepreneurs need to improve efficiencies in the workplace and stay connected while on the go, Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, (TAIS), announced a new lineup of business-oriented products this week for 2009.
The broad array of business offerings ranged from the Toshiba Portégé R600-ST520W-Toshiba's first ultraportable laptop with WiMAX-to the Satellite Pro and Tecra product lines with EasyGuard Technology. WiMAX is the next generation of high-speed wireless technology (4G) delivering low-cost Internet access to WiMAX enabled devices. The Portégé R600-ST520W, which integrates Intel Wireless WiMAX and WiFi Link technology will be rolling out to cities across the country in 2009.
TAIS also recently announced a relationship with Sun Microsystems to deliver laptops preconfigured with OpenSolaris, the open source operating system designed for high-performance computing environments. New features in OpenSolaris include Time Slider, a graphical interface that brings ZFS functionality, like instant snapshots, to all users.
The OpenSolaris laptops are targeted for availability in early 2009.
The latest business tools from Toshiba, which will debut throughout 2009, include:
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