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April 30, 2009

HCL launches new laptop model in India

Leaptop Z39 is based on ATE technology to match Indian conditions

By CBR Staff Writer

HCL Infosystems, an ICT system integration company, has launched Leaptop Z39, a power packed laptop in India with 8Gb RAM and 500Gb HDD.

According to the company, Leaptop Z39 is based on the latest Intel Centrino 2 technology and is designed for Indian conditions with advanced thermal engineering (ATE) technology.

HCL Leaptop Z39 comes with a 14.1 inch wide screen and is supported by Intel Core 2 Duo processors based on latest Intel Centrino 2 technology and has a battery backup of about four hours.

In Indian conditions, the ambient temperature is higher than European conditions, the surface of a laptop tends to heat up faster as a result making it extremely uncomfortable. The company claims that its ATE technology used in the HCL Leaptop series ensures that any point of time the surface temperature on the keyboard and the left and right palm are not more than 6 degree Celsius than the ambience temperature thereby ensuring comfort in working for long hours.

George Paul, executive vice president at HCL Infosystems, said: The launch of HCL Leaptop Z39 is yet another step in our ‘design for India’ product strategy. With computing becoming an integral part of our lives, customers are demanding more from their laptops.

Today’s youth and professionals require a laptop that not only enables them to perform better and faster at work but also is a perfect entertainer. With HCL Leaptop Z39, powerful configuration along with excellent features like energy savers and ATE technology ensures that users experience will not get restricted by any measures, be it work or play.

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