Notebook Comparison: Toshiba Tecra A11-S3511 vs Nexlink SP 4000

Toshiba vs Nexlink – Battle to the death – In a steel cage! (Okay, maybe not) The other day, I wrote about┬áNexlink SP series business notebooks and that generated some interest in their products among our clients and friends. Today we happen to have both a Nexlink SP 4000 and a Toshiba Tecra A11-S3511 in stock before they are delivered …

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Our Seneca Data Nexlink SP Series Notebooks Mean Business! Intel i3, i5, i7, Microsoft Windows 7 Pro & More!

When buying a new or replacement notebook for your business, you may turn to Dell, HP, Lenovo, or Toshiba for trusted and reliable products, that is why we are partners with and offer these fine brands! However, there are some outstanding alternatives which may be of interest to your company. First, let’s discuss the difference between a computer designed for …

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Need new servers or computers? Congress extends amount small businesses may write-off for capital expenditures to 250k!

Time to upgrade your server or servers? Need new computers for your business? How about upgrading all your firewalls to the latest technology? New VoIP phone system? CCTV Cameras? Notebooks for all your field reps? Congress extended the amount that small businesses may write-off for capital expenditures in 2010 to $250,000, and that means this may be the best year …

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Planning on purchasing a new notebook? Have you considered an SSD instead of an HDD?

If you were told you have an “SSD”, you might think you would need a round of antibiotics to clear that up, but in reality, it is a good thing! SSDs, or Solid State Drives are becoming common place, though they have been around for a while. The price has been what has held back sales since the beginning, but …

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