Nobu Upgrades Tablet PC to an Intel Chipset w/1.3GHz Mobile Centrino Technology

The popular Nobu Tablet PC just got better! Nobu is now shipping its upgraded Tablet PC utilizing the Intel Chipset for its processor.

Nobu, LLC

February 2, 2005

Nobu, LLC has announced today that it has upgraded its Wi -Fi finger touch controllable tablet PC to an Intel Chipset, allowing for faster, and more fluid processing of Macromedia Flash application; a developing trend for Home Automation Software front ends. "This switch was exactly what was needed in order to run the sometimes multimedia intensive GUI's (Graphic User Interfaces) that many HA software companies are utilizing." said Royce Cano, NOBU`s vice president of technology. "We are on the verge of meeting a plateau of sorts where speed and flexibility go hand in hand. We are developing control devices that not only allow HA software developers to design fancy interfaces, but we can render them quickly, with plenty of overhead to do other tasks."

The New Nobu Tablet PC is still the only tablet on the market today that can be operated with the touch of a finger or the included stylus.

Launched in February 2001, NOBU is a privately held company comprised of highly qualified people with an intense focus to be the best in open -source home automation. The company is dedicated to the development of digital living products, the applications of open -source home automation, and simple and practical residential framework systems. By providing quality customer service, innovative technology, and competitive pricing - NOBU has positioned itself to be a leader in the home automation industry.

For more information about NOBU, visit http://www.nobuusa.com

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