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Acer TravelMate enterprise notebooks
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Acer America has introduced two new notebook PC platforms - TravelMate 6593 and TravelMate 6493 - designed for mobile professionals.

The notebooks are equipped with Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology and utilize Intel integrated 3D GMA X4500MHD graphics. Both the 14.1-inch TravelMate 6493 and the 15.4-inch TravelMate 6593 offer WXGA TFT LCD panels with a 1280x800 pixel resolution, supporting simultaneous multi-window viewing via Acer GridVista, a business tool to accommodate up to eight display windows on one screen at once.

The notebooks can be incorporated with Acer ezDock II and ezDock II+ docking stations. The one-size-fits-all commercial docking stations are designed to support all TravelMate form factors and models. The commercial docking stations feature a plug-n-play solution allowing connection of multiple devices in one operation and the ability to dock TravelMate notebooks without having to reboot.

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