CNet: IBM is aiming to make its PCs more attractive to small businesses.
The company’s Personal Computing Division on Tuesday launched a cadre of ThinkPad notebooks and Netvista desktops.
IBM’s latest ThinkPads hold the line on prices but pair faster Intel Pentium 4-M processors with such features as a built-in file encryption and security system, and wireless networking, among other things.
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