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eSys introduces mini PCs

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The new eSys products

New Delhi , Feb. 14

ESYS INFORMATION Technologies has introduced the Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology processor in their new Wizard series of notebooks. The processor enables high-definition entertainment, increased connectivity and more battery life.

The company has also introduced the eSys Mini, a miniature PC that weighs less than a kg and can be attached directly to a television.

Mr Vikas Goel, Managing Director and Chairman, eSys Information Technologies, said, "eSys Mini will be available at a very competitive price. In our continuous endeavour to deliver best products in India, eSys is ready to change the PC market game-plan."

Currently the product is available in two models starting at Rs 42,990.

The company intends to set up an integrated manufacturing, logistics, R&D and services hub and functional global headquarters in India. For this, the company would invest $230 million in a phased manner by the year 2010.

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