Gateway recently announced the launch of its latest notebook for small businesses, the S-7200N which combines pen computing capabilities with notebook functionality.
The system can be configured for mobility with a lightweight battery option or for extended operation of up to 8.5 hours of battery life. The new convertible notebook also offers constant connectivity with standard integrated 802.11g or 802.11a/b/g WiFi, ideal for on-the-go professionals and students benefiting from campus and wireless hot-spots.
If pen computing is important to you, Gateway’s S-7200N is a notebook you should consider.
I was at Seton Hall University recently and a professor was showing us how he uses pen computing in the classroom to write on his notebook and display the text on a screen in his classroom. He also records his class for future reply by students.
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