Prestigio Releases 12-Inch Widescreen Ultra-Portable Notebook with Power Cinema Capability

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Prestigio, one of the most dynamic international manufacturers of LCD displays and TVs, mobile computers and plasma TVs, has unveiled a new powerful 12.1" mobile computer. This new computer has the unique capability of playing music CDs, DVD videos and browsing digital photos without loading the operation system.

Prestigio, one of the most dynamic international manufacturers of LCD displays and TVs, mobile computers and plasma TVs, has unveiled a new powerful 12.1” mobile computer. This new computer has the unique capability of playing music CDs, DVD videos and browsing digital photos without loading the operation system.

Visconte 120 is a bright new addition to the series of latest Prestigio high-performance notebooks. The new elegant model can boast of an enhanced resolution of WXGA 1200x800, and is targeted to frequent travelers who need a light but fully-functional portable machine. Visconte 120 really allows to successfully combine full-fledged work and versatile entertainment.

This model’s "jewel" is the built-in Power Cinema function which is activated by a dedicated button. It allows Visconte 120 to reproduce music CDs, DVD video and look through digital photos from a CD or a Flash-card without loading the operation system, which has been made possible thanks to a Linux-based microcode. This function virtually transforms the notebook into a multipurpose device incorporating a portable DVD, MP3, CD player and a photo viewer. Interestingly, the Power Cinema function can also be operated by an optional remote control unit turning the notebook into a portable home movie theatre.

Despite its multifunctionality, very light weight (1.9 kg) and modest dimensions (292x230x36 mm), Visconte 120 remains a powerful and high-performance computer based on Intel® Pentium® M processor (1.5 - 2 GHz) with Dothan and Banias support. The integrated graphic solution powered by Intel® 855GME chipset with Intel® Extreme Graphics 2 technology ensures enjoyable heavy gaming and video viewing. Visconte 120 also has a noteworthy continuous battery operation time and easy-to-use communication possibilities powered by Intel® CentrinoTM technology.

In addition, a special power-saving Smart Power II function increases battery runtime by 26 percent, and Battery Mark and 3D Mark 2001 performance by 10 percent. The notebook’s compatibility and connectability with other devices is ensured through a wide selection of ports. Visconte 120 is equipped with 3 USB 2.0 ports, RJ-45 Ethernet plug, RJ-11 modem plug, external VGA port, IEEE1394 port, S-Video output port, earphone jack, 4-in-1 card reader and mic-in jack.

This notebook’s owner will by no means remain without a connection with the world, since Visconte’s communication capabilities are almost unlimited. It possesses an Intel® PRO/Wireless module, a V.92 fax modem, an integrated 10/100 Mbps Ethernet card and a Bluetooth expansion port.

About Prestigio

Prestigio International, with headquarters in Seoul, South Korea is one of the most dynamically developing international manufacturers of LCD displays and TVs, mobile computers, and, since recently, plasma TVs. In 2003, the company merged with Canyon Technology Group, drastically extending Prestigio’s global outreach. Today Prestigio is a well-established brand under which LCD monitors and notebooks are sold in 25 countries around the world. Rigorous quality control and innovative technologies are the cornerstones of the company’s strategy. At present, Prestigio is actively involved in the EMEA region operating through three representative offices located in Western Europe (Gorinchem, the Netherlands), Central & Eastern Europe (Prague, Czech Republic) and the CIS (Moscow, Russian Federation).

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Media Contact:

Victor Lukyanov

PR Manager

E-Mail: vl@prestigio.ru

Tel. +375 17 2147762

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