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BenQ ships piano-black A52 notebook

updated 09:05 am EST, Mon February 19, 2007

BenQ Joybook A52

BenQ has just grown its notebook range by launching the Joybook A52. The notebook is consciously designed for style and takes its cue from the black finish of a piano. The keyboard itself is designed to recall the instrument and has its key springs tuned for an exacting feel, BenQ adds. The improved aesthetics don't come burdened with premium components, according to the company. The 15.4-inch portable is equipped with a base 1.73GHz Core Duo, 512MB of RAM, a DVD/CD-RW combo drive, and 60GB of storage; higher-end versions ship with faster CPUs, a DVD-RW drive, and up to a 120GB hard disk. All versions come with Windows Vista Home Basic and should be available soon throughout Asia and Europe, though pricing remains unknown. [via MobileWhack]



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