CTL Announces Its New 2go All-in-one Intel Atom Based PC

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"What' you find in a traditional PC of this type is either very low cost or flexibility. The CTL 2go™ All-In-one PC offers both." - John Tucker, CTL 2go Mobile Product Manager.

Our 2go™ all-in-one comes with everything that you need, right out of the box. It's energy effiecient…only 55 watts. And it is a space saver.

CTL Corporation announces the debut of their new 2go™ all-in-one PC which combines high-end productivity with a mid-range price and industry-leading flexibility.

Especially suited for government and education or any location where space is at a premium, it has all the features of a standard computer. However with CTL's 2go all-in-one, the customer has the option of having a CD drive installed, having 1 or 2 gigs of memory or any size hard drive. CTL configures to the customers needs.

The consumer also has choice of wide-screen LCD monitors ranging from 17-23 inch.

CTL 2go Netbook and Nettop Product Manager John Tucker said, "Our 2go™ all-in-one comes with everything that you need, right out of the box. It's energy effiecient…only 55 watts. And it is a space saver."

It's also inexpensive. The base model with Windows starts at only $399.

Tucker continued, "The major difference between ours and others is that because we build it here, we're able to control size of memory or size of hard drive or size of monitor among other features. That's something you don't get elsewhere.

"We're excited about the opportunity we're giving consumers to custom order to their own needs," he added.

CTL has sold a quanity of their 2go™ all-in-ones to the Camas, Washington School District and is continuing to market to other educational and government organizations because the ease of use and the compactness of the computer.

About CTL

Founded in 1989, the company manufactures CTL-branded desktop computers, laptops and notebooks, computer monitors and servers as well as its Nexus brand of plasma and LCD televisions and its 2Go line of netbooks and nettops. Headquartered in Portland, with offices in Seattle and Seoul, Korea, CTL is a supplier to numerous government agencies in Oregon and Washington, and too many of the most recognized corporate brands, including Kroger Company's Fred Meyer chain, and Intel Corporation. CTL's Retronics division is one of the nation's leading recyclers of technology components. For more information about CTL, please view CTL and 2go PC.

John Tucker, CTL 2go Netbook and Nettop Product Manager, CTL Corporation, 800-642-3087 x 204, 971-327-0141 (direct)

Erik Stromquist, Executive Vice President, CTL Corporation, 503-644-8541


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