Panasonic debuts two new notebook models

Panasonic has demonstrated two new notebooks that belong to the LetsNote product series. The novelties are called LetsNote NX and LetsNote SX and share quite a few things.

Both notebooks come with 12.1-inch screens that support 1280×800 pixel resolution with optional screens available that support 1600×900 pixels. The notebooks are powered by Intel Core i5-2450M processors and for storage the manufacturer offers either a hard drive or a solid state drive.

Also supported are USB 3.0 ports, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, WiMax and Bluetooth 2.1+ EDR and there’s a HDMI port as well.

Panasonic LetsNote

The only difference between the LetsNote NX and LetsNote SX models is the presence of an optical drive – the SX version comes with one while the NX version does not.

Price is currently unknown.


Source: HWP

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