News / rock launches Pegasus T12 with All Day Battery
Offering Core 2 Duo performance and great battery life
Warwick, 15th August 2006 - High performance notebook manufacturer rock today announced the launch of the Pegasus T12. After successfully integrating Intel Core 2 Duo processor into high performance gaming notebooks, rock identified that the new processor also offers a great level of performance and power saving for education and business users.
A unique 10,000mAh extended battery means that the Pegasus T12 can operate with typical office applications for over 7 hours*. This gives schools and colleges the opportunity to get a full working day from the notebook without need to recharge. Business users who operate on the road will also find this a great feature. rock customers need no longer experience the distraction of searching for a power socket in the middle of a lesson or presentation!
Intel Centrino Duo technology with Core 2 Duo means that the notebook will offer best in class mobile application performance. The Pegasus T12 features a 15.4” screen and all rock notebooks include a 3 year insurance backed collect and return warranty for additional peace of mind.
Nick Boardman CEO of rock commented; “Our new model will ensure our customers can be confident that their notebook will perform all day long. Whether in a teaching environment or at work the new Pegasus T12 will help our customers to be more productive.”
With pricing from £649 ex VAT for the entry level Celeron model and £749 ex VAT for the Intel Core 2 Duo T5500 models the Pegasus T12 is available at a very competitive price point. The model will be placed on general sale from 28th August 2006. Review samples are available immediately, high resolution photography and company logos available upon request. Full details available at http://www.rockdirect.com.
*MobileMark 2002 Productivity workload test result: 7 hours 13 minutes