Lenovo anuncia sus portátiles "Vista"

9 febrero, 2007

lenovo-vistaLa compañía protagonizó el lanzamiento del nuevo sistema operativo en Argentina con su portátil Thinkpad Z61T.

La Thinkpad Z61T, que posee un procesador Intel Core 2 Duo (1.83GHz), 1GB de Ram, y disco rígido de 120 GB entre otras características, es uno de los equipos más confiables y con mayores prestaciones que se encuentran en la actualidad en el mercado, y se adecúa sin problemas tanto al ámbito empresarial como al entorno de un hogar, con todos los requerimientos multimedia que esto implica.

Además, las computadoras Lenovo de gama alta (en sus series Lenovo 3000 y Thinkpad) vendrán con el logotipo Window Vista Premium Ready, que identifica a las pc´s que permiten ejecutar todas las características más novedosas de Windows Vista, como la interfaz del usuario Aero. Otras computadoras Lenovo tendrán el logotipo Windows Vista Capable, lo que implica que podrán ejecutar las característicsa esenciales de Windows Vista., pero no las premium.



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