Toshiba introduced the Portégé R30 laptop, a premium ultraportable PC as part of its rollout of new business laptops.
The thin and light Portégé R30 offers the ultimate in mobility and unparalleled performance with a full-voltage 4th generation Intel Core M processor without sacrificing battery life. Business users will enjoy a wealth of features – including a built-in DVD drive – in a laptop that is only about one inch thin and starts at just 3.2 pounds. Read the rest of this entry »
OfficeMax is rolling out the latest in touch technology products and services for back-to-school. From tablets to laptops and convertible computers featuring Windows 8, OfficeMax offers students the latest advances in touch technology products to help them study smarter and manage assignments as they head back to the classroom.
OfficeMax offers a large selection of more than 2,800 back-to-school products and the latest in touch tech for students and educators, including: Read the rest of this entry »
Toshiba announced a new line of Tecra business-class laptops tailored specifically for the needs of small and medium businesses. The new Tecra R940 and Tecra R950 laptops come equipped with essential business features and business-class performance in a portable and durable design, at affordable prices. Available exclusively through Toshiba Direct, business owners can now order up to 100 units, offering the same level of savings afforded to large companies. Read the rest of this entry »
SanDisk Corporation announced that Lenovo has selected SanDisk to provide the solid state drive (SSD) caching technology for the new Lenovo ThinkPad Edge E430 and E530 laptop computers.
The SanDisk U100 mSATA SSD is used in Lenovo’s ThinkPad Edge E430 and E530 along with Condusiv Technologies ExpressCachesoftware. The hardware and software combination from SanDisk delivers up to four times the performance of a standalone hard disk drive (HDD). This means that consumers and business users will experience significantly faster start up and application loading times without frustrating delays. Read the rest of this entry »