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Getac - XB7HC5CAEDXD - Getac X500 G2 15.6 Notebook - Intel Core i5 (4th Gen) i5-4310M Dual-core (2 Core) 2.70 GHz - 8 GB

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Getac - XB7HC5CAEDXD - Getac X500 G2 15.6 Notebook - Intel Core i5 (4th Gen) i5-4310M Dual-core (2 Core) 2.70 GHz - 8 GB
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LARGE SCREEN. ENDLESS EXPANSION. The new X500 ultra rugged computer remains our flagship model. By combining powerful Intel 4th generation processors with a brilliant 15.6 inch full HD display and endless expansion, the X500 is the most powerful ultra rugged notebook we've ever made.

Getac - XB7HC5CAEDXD - Getac X500 G2 15.6 Notebook - Intel Core i5 (4th Gen) i5-4310M Dual-core (2 Core) 2.70 GHz - 8 GB. LARGE SCREEN. ENDLESS EXPANSION. The new X500 ultra rugged computer remains our flagship model. By combining powerful Intel 4th generation processors with a brilliant 15.6 inch full HD display and endless expansion, the X500 is the most powerful ultra rugged notebook we've ever made. Package Contents: X500 G2 Notebook Lithium Ion Battery AC Adapter Product Type: Notebook Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Standard Memory: 8 GB Weight (Approximate): 11.40 lb Product Type: Notebook Input Voltage: 230 V AC Input Voltage: 120 V AC Manufacturer Part Number: XB7HC5CAEDXD Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 Limited Warranty: 5 Year Standard Memory: 8 GB Weight (Approximate): 11.40 lb Color: Magnesium Alloy Operating System: Windows 7 Professional Processor Speed: 2.70 GHz Processor Type: Core i5 Screen Size: 15.6 Color: Magnesium Alloy Operating System: Windows 7 Professional Manufacturer: Getac, Inc Product Model: X500 G2 Product Name: X500 G2 Notebook Processor Speed: 2.70 GHz Processor Type: Core i5 Screen Size: 15.6 Brand Name: Getac Product Series: X500 Brand Name: Getac Memory ... read more
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