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Netbook 7 inch- multiple colors

Hardware Overview : LCD Display 7" Digital TFT (800 x 480) CPU VIA 8505 300MHz Operating System  Win CE 6.0 Professional Plus Chipset Integrated Ram 128MB SD RAM Storage 2GB Flash Card Reader Support SDHC Graphic Card Integrated Lan Built-in 10/100M LAN Built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g Audio Integrated Power 7.4V 2100 mAh Size 215 x 145 x 27 mm Weight 0.7 kg Ports/Slots 1) 3 x USB 2.0 2) 1 x Mic jack 3) 1 x Headphone jack 4) 1 x SD card slot 5) 1 x Network connector (RJ45) 6) 1 x AC adapter connector Applications : Internet Explorer, MSN, Skype, E-mail, Excel, Word, Word Pad, PDF Viewer, Powerpoint, Calculator, Recorder, Media Player, Image Player etc. Number of Units 5 Units $1,500.00 10 Units $2,900.00 15 Units $4,200.00 20 Units $5,200.00 30 Units $6,900.00 50 Units $9,900.00 Color Red Pink Black Purple Orange White Shipping Incl to USA & Canada

IT Info Guy Tablet Netbook 10.2" - Sold Out!

A few items that have come to the attention of the IT Info Guy 5 Units Minimum 5 units $4,500.00 10 units $8,500.00


Thanks to the PC Mall the IT Info Guy has the following certifications: VSP4 (VMWare Sales Professional) certified VTSP4 (VMWare Technical Sales Professional) certified EMC certified CA certified Symantec SSE certified Microsoft certifications Compellent Enterprise Storage Solutions certified Cisco CSE There's probably a few others that I just cannot remember right now :)

Dell vs. HP

This is a question I struggle with whenever a customer asks me for a recommendation on what PC to use in their environment. The answer is never a clear cut decision until a few questions are asked to clear up concerns on 4 things; pricing, availability, reliability, and customer service. It is a difficult thing to explain, and have someone understand, that all 4 of those concerns are singular and completely interconnected at the same time. Here is what I have found in my experiences. When it comes to price, Dell generally costs less. They buy strategically different than HP, and they build their machines differently than HP. For one, Dell, with few exceptions, custom builds all of their machines. They have the orders in hand and are 90% guaranteed their money before a machine ever ships, especially on the lucrative consumer side where margins are especially healthy. HP on the other hand pre-builds a lot of their units and must count on smart, intuitive marketing to make their mo


So this weekend we are going to test out Rockband on our XBOX...should be a lot of fun.

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Cisco says new router 12x faster than rivals' Company says router could deliver every movie ever made in four minutes

Logitech - While Supplies Last

So this notebook stand is usually $99.99.  It comes with the stand, a usb hub and a wireless keyboard.  With the instant savings you pay $18.99.  WIth the mail in rebate the price drops to $9.99 Logitech Alto Notebook Stand with Wireless Keyboard. Holds notebooks up to 15.4" Take your laptop to new heights with the Alto portable notebook stand with built-in keyboard. An adjustable stand puts your notebook screen at a more comfortable viewing height and the full-sized keyboard lets you type faster and with less fatigue.PC Mall Part #: 7288657 Mfr. Part #: 920-000223 Only about 2000 units left.

Meraki Cloud Controllers Simulated Dash Board

• Product Video Tour which offers a quick 2 min overview of our solution • Simulated Dashboard Account which offers you a simulated Dashboard experience so you will get a feel for our Dashboard UI

MR14 Meraki Cloud Managed AP

Received 2 Meraki MR14 cloud managed AP to test. The documentation and web presentation had a lot to say but nothing speaks like putting words into action.