AVADirect Now Offers Spring Peak i3 / i5 Value Notebook
We recently added a new notebook model to our website, by a company named Spring Peak. This notebook is targeted towards those on a budget, but want the performance benefit of newer technology and all of the perks that come with it. The screen is equipped with an HD quality picture, for all of those image quality perfectionists, and LED backlit screen. The graphics is integrated, so you can guarantee that you will be saving much battery life. Speaking of which, the battery is a 6-cell, which is quite practical for most 15.4 notebooks, and will last anywhere between 2-4 hours depending on what you are doing (movies, internet browsing, music, etc...). A unique feature that you normally do not see in notebooks is their "anti-theft" technology. This procedure involved building encrypted blocks around your valuable data, keeping those who are not welcome from viewing, modifying, or stealing your hard work or private files. If your notebook is stolen, you can report your loss to a theft management service provider who will remotely lock your notebook. This notebook is ideal for business that deal with many confidential files that cannot afford to have them fall into the wrong hands. There is full support of Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, and 7 making it easier than ever to use this notebook flexibly. Spring Peak is a fairly new company, and new to the PC industry, so we shall be adding new barebones to our website as they are released.
To configure this notebook click Spring Peak i3/i5 Value Notebook at AVADirect
To view all Spring Peak products we offer click Spring Peak Products at AVADirect
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