ZDNet: Hey, business travelers, look out: You’re going to be sorely tempted by Compaq’s newest thin-and-light notebook, the Evo N410c. It has a whole new look and is packed with a ton of nifty features.
You’ll notice one of the Evo’s best features immediately. Running down the side of its lid is a raised, silver bump called the MultiPort. There you’ll find a built-in USB-based wireless-connection port that supports optional 802.11b (WiFi) and Bluetooth modules. Installing the modules is a snap; Compaq hopes this will make migrating to future wireless standards simpler. (full story)
My spin:If you are looking for a new notebook….you’ve now got one option…
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