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    HCL launches LeapTop Z39 in india

    HCL Infosystems Ltd India's premier information enabling and leading ICT System Integration Company launched ‘HCL Leaptop Z39’, a first of its kind power packed laptop in India with 8GB RAM and 500 GB HDD here at Kolkata today. Priced at Rs 59, 990/- HCL Leaptop Z 39 is based on the latest Intel Centrino 2 technology and is designed for Indian conditions with Advanced Thermal Engineering (ATE)Technology. Along with ‘Leaptop Z39’, HCL also announced the launch of its unique 24X7 service ‘HCL Touch’ with 20 Company owned outlets in West Bengal, the service will offer support in English, Hindi & Bengali.


    HCL rolls out new hefty HCL Leaptop Z39 notebook in IndiaOne of the largest electronics, computing, and information technology companies of India – HCL (Hindustan Computers Limited) has rolled out a new hefty notebook – HCL Leaptop Z39 in India. According to the HCL, the HCL Leaptop Z39 has been designed specifically according to Indian needs and conditions.

    The HCL Leaptop Z39 notebook features a 14.1-inch screen. The notebook is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, 8GB RAM, 500GB of hard disk space, and a battery offering backup of about 4 hours.

    The HCL Leaptop Z39 notebook is equipped with the Advanced Thermal Engineering (ATE) technology to help maintain the temperature of the notebook. Priced at Rs. 59, 990, the HCL Leaptop Z39 notebook is available with a lifetime 24x7 telephonic support in 11, regional languages throughout the country.

    HCL Leaptops Z39 available nationwide at Rs. 59, 990/-
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    Re: HCL launches LeapTop Z39 in india

    In Indian conditions the ambient temperature is higher than European conditions the surface of a laptop tends to heat up faster as a result making it extremely uncomfortable. HCL’s Advanced Thermal Engineering (ATE) Technology used in the HCL Leaptop Series ensures that any point of time the surface temperature on the keyboard and the left and right palm are not more than 6 deg C than the ambience temperature thereby ensuring comfort in working for long hours. This has been achieved by re-engineering of the key components inside the HCL Leaptop Z 39 at HCL Labs and the HCL R & D centre where the focus has been to design products that are suitable for Indian conditions.
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