Last Friday Microsoft held its Taiwan Windows 7 launch at the grand Formosa Regency hotel in Taipei City and we just had to go along and check it out and see if there were any surprises in store for us on the hardware side.
Microsoft invited its vast amount of software and hardware partners to showcase their newest products running Redmond's new super doper operating system. There were all-in-one systems, small notebooks (netbooks) and normal notebooks on display for all to see, touch and use.
There was nothing terribly new or exciting on display, but one product that did catch our attention and one that has actually been on the market for some time already, is the Dialogue FlyBook V5 notebook running Windows 7 Ultimate, of course. We haven't seen it before and haven't seen it covered much online before, so we thought we'd tape it.
It's a super interesting product in that it implements an adjustable hinge for the screen that allows for all sorts of angular adjustments which makes it perfect for the frequent techy air traveler for those long and annoying economy class flights.
Watch our video below - we also managed to throw in some booth babes to spice things up a bit.
Not bad, huh?
Last updated: Apr 7, 2020 at 11:15 am CDT
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