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Typhoon-tested notebook at CeBIT

Typhoon-tested notebook at CeBIT

At CeBIT in Hanover, the manufacturer Itronix is ​​showing a special notebook that can withstand weather conditions like a typhoon. The notebook labeled GoBook Max is designed for particularly difficult working conditions and even meets the strict US military standards against shock, vibration, moisture and dust.

According to Itronix, the GoBook Max notebook should operate at temperatures from -30 to +60 degrees can be used. The weatherproof notebook is equipped with an Intel Pentium III processor with a clock frequency of 700 MHz, 128 MB RAM, a 56k modem, AC97 sound and loudspeakers as well as a 20 GB hard drive that is shockproof. An Ethernet connection and a wireless LAN adapter are optionally available. In addition to Windows 98, Windows 2000 can also be used as the operating system. The GoBook MAx will not be available in Europe until early summer, but the price has not yet been determined.