Moltzen, Edward F.
May 2005
CRN;5/2/2005, Issue 1144, p43
The article reports that notebook maker Averatec Inc. is banking on a crossover segment of commercial and consumer markets to give a boost to its new lineup of custom-built, color-differentiated mobile systems. The Santa Ana, California-based system builder launched new 10.6-inch notebooks in its 1000 Series and 13.3-inch notebooks in its 4200 Series, with list prices of $1,199 and $1,249, respectively. The systems are based on Intel Corp.'s Centrino mobile platform and have custom-colored shells ranging from green to white to pink. Within the next month, Averatec will offer the new systems based on Advanced Micro Devices processors.


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