Computer manufacturer Averatec today announced its largest notebook to date as it introduced the 7100 Series with a 17-inch widescreen display. This series, depending upon configuration, will be priced between $849 and $1,199 and is available now.
The 7100 Series, said Averatec, is powered by AMD Turion 64 mobile technology. Cosmetics include black styling, a 1-inch profile and a weight of 7.2 pounds. The previously mentioned 17-inch display is WXGA and makes use of screen brightening technology. Features of the 7100 Series, depending upon configuration, can include Gigabit and 802.11g connectivity, up to 2GB of memory, up to 100GB of hard drive space, a dual-layer DVD/CD burner, 5-in-1 media card reader and FireWire and USB 2.0 support.
“Delivering value and uncompromising productivity has always been a cornerstone of Averatec’s mobile computing solutions,” said Saeed Shahbazi, president of Averatec, in a statement. “Averatec’s new 17-inch widescreen form factor notebook is staying in step with today’s active lifestyles, which demand comprehensive multimedia capabilities along with highly capable computing functionality.”
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