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CES 2009: Toshiba showcasing WiMAX capable business notebook
Press release, January 8; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 8 January 2009]

Toshiba is showcasing its latest business-based products including the Toshiba Portege Satellite Pro, and Tecra product lines at CES 2009.

Toshiba recently announced cooperation with Sun Microsystems to deliver notebooks pre-configured with OpenSolaris OS which are targeted for availability in early 2009.

Toshiba showcased four notebooks. The Portege R600-ST520W is the company's first ultra-portable notebook with WiMAX capability. The notebook features a 12.1-inch LED backlit panel with pricing starting at US$2,149.99.

The Portege A600-S2201 is an ultra-portable notebook without WiMAX capability. The notebook features a 12-inch LED panel and pricing starts at US$1,399.99.

The Tecra R10-S4401 is a business notebook featuring the Intel Centrino 2 platform with vPro technology, a 14.1-inch display, and mobile Nvidia Quadro NVS 150M GPU with 128MB dedicated graphics memory. The notebook will be priced starting at US$1,549.99.

Finally, the Satellite Pro S300/S300M series notebook with Intel Centrino processor and a choice of 14.1-inch or 15.4-inch TruBrite display will have a price starting at US$729.

Toshiba Portege R600 series business notebook with WiMAX capability

Toshiba Portege R600 business notebook with WiMAX
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