Dolch Announces New NotePAC with Centrino™ Mobile Technology
Rugged NotePAC Goes Wireless with Latest Processor TechnologyFremont, California, February 5, 2004 - Dolch, the world leader in delivering industrial portable computer solutions, today announced the introduction of the NotePAC with Centrino Mobile Technology. The new NotePAC configuration is wireless ready, includes a powerful Intel® Pentium® M processor, Centrino mobile technology, 256MB of DDR memory, PCMCIA/Cardbus, USB 2.0 and a fully sealed rubber keyboard with an integrated pointing device. The fully rugged Dolch NotePAC is the world's most versatile and expandable notebook, offering the widest range of I/O ports and accessory upgrade ports available today. The NotePAC expansion module is the only fully rugged notebook to accommodate either two 3/4 size PCI cards or two 3/4 size ISA cards."The NotePAC rugged portable is the laptop of choice for military and commercial users for harsh outdoor and industrial applications worldwide, " said Jim Ciardella, President of Dolch. "The NotePAC moves to the next level by integrating the latest in mobile processor technology to give our customers even greater connectivity in whatever environment their application takes them."About DolchHeadquartered in Fremont, California, Dolch is the world leader in rugged, multi-slot portable industrial PC platforms. Dolch also manufactures rugged touch screen solutions, industrial enclosures and public access kiosk systems. The Dolch Difference -an industry-leading, customer-oriented infrastructure that ensures a consistent product configuration, superior service and lifetime technical support-backs every product. In addition to the Fremont campus, Dolch has offices in San Diego, Baltimore, Cleveland, Houston, Germany, Canada, France and the United Kingdom. For more information on Dolch and its products and services, please visit us at www.DolchPR.com or call 1.877.347.4929. For more information on the NotePAC: www.dolch.com/html/notepac.html
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