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CTL Announces Their First Sandy Bridge Notebook at CES

CTL Announces Their First Sandy Bridge Notebook at CES










Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 6, 2011

Portland, Oregon’s CTL™ Corporation announced the TWH, their newest notebook, today at CES. The 15.6” TWH will be CTL’s first notebook to feature Intel’s new Sandy Bridge processor.

The TWH is a high performance notebook featuring a 15.6” screen, up to 8GB memory, Bluetooth and Intel’s latest processor and chip set. With the Sandy Bridge processor the TWH is ready for the most demanding applications. It boosts performance by grafting the graphics chip onto the CPU, and it does away with the need to implant a separate graphics processor.

“The TWH represents CTL’s continued commitment to bringing our customers the very latest technologies.” said Erik Stromquist, COO at CTL™.”With the Sandy Bridge Processor the TWH will feature better performance, faster processing and longer battery life than previous notebooks.”

For more information about the TWH and CTL™ products please visit http://www.ctlcorp.com or email info(at)ctlcorp(dot)com.

About CTL

Founded in 1989, CTL™ designs and manufactures computer products including desktop and mobile workstations, LED Monitors, and high performance servers. CTL™ also manufacturers specialty devices including ruggedized tablets, slates, and high definition LED televisions. CTL’s brands include the popular 2go PC™ and Nexus® Electronics.

Headquartered in Portland, Oregon with offices in Asia, CTL™ and their partners supply North American consumers, government agencies, and many of the most recognized corporate brands. For more information about CTL™, please visit http://www.ctl.info

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