Toshiba Tecra M7

I really am blessed to work for a company that provides me with nice hardware to do my job.

This past weekend, I was able to obtain a new notebook computer, the Toshiba Tecra M7.

It has been somewhat of a pain to re-install the many programs that I had on my old device, but I was able to migrate data files with ease. Re-customizing my settings is also a pain in the neck, but it is a small price to pay for the benefit of a new computer.

It is a tablet PC, which I think will be interesting to learn more about.

The specifics:

Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 SP2
Intel CPU; T2400 @ 1.83 GHz
2 GB RAM
75 GB Hard Drive
IEEE 1394 Port
6 USB 2.0 Ports
SD Card Reader
DVD+Rewriteable
Many other nice and interesting features

The screen is 14.1 inches, which is smaller than our 17-inch screet at home, but larger than the screen I used to have at work. The battery-life seems decent, and, perhaps most importantly, I now have a 1 and F1 key. These keys had been broken off of my old laptop, so I had to plug in a USB keyboard, or use the Windows virtual keyboard anytime I wanted to use these keys.

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