Caderna, a laptop with Japanese stamp


It is a global trend, both in Japan and the rest of the world. I am talking about personalization, the need for each product offered in the market to respond accurately to the needs of its owner.

Today we have mobile author to suggest that the user is identified with this or that model and PCs arm when buying them. Everything for the buyer to leave the store with a smile on his face… and the desire to re-purchase.

The fact is that Tsukumo, a well-known Japanese store, has also decided to add their products to “Build to order,” and thus has opened up the game of personal choice with this laptop. The Caderna is a computer which has a screen resolution of 17-inch WUXGA (1920 x 1200) here no option any, and the choice between a processor Core 2 Duo T7500 or Core 2 Duo T7250. The variables here are not as extensive as in other teams because the graphics card is always a GeForce 8700M GT (with 512MB of VRAM) and has 2 GB of RAM and WiFi.

The price starts at us $1,875 .

[Via: Akihabara news ]

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