The company launched six models of Leeno PC’s to meet different customer needs. All the products use Intel Atom 1.6 gigahertz processors. The height of the PC does not exceed 22 cm, and the total size is 2.9 liters, when the typical size of a conventional PC is 42 liters.
Engineer Abdulrahman Al-Kayali, Executive Director of Fourth Dimension, said:
“The Saudi and neighboring markets have often needed small-size desktop computers. We are proud to be among the first companies to introduce Nettop computers in the Kingdom with state-of-the-art design and world-class specifications thanks to Intel technical support.”
Abdulaziz Al-Noghaither, Intel General Manager in Saudi Arabia, said, “Fourth Dimension is one of our prominent partners in the Kingdom. It has often been a pioneer in adopting and brining the newest technology to the Saudi market.”
“Intel Atom was a new revolution that led to the emergence of a new type of computers known as Netbooks and Nettops. We are proud to see local assembly companies benefiting from the great opportunities that these processors provide,” Al-Noghaither added.
Fourth Dimension provides Leeno products through its sale points in all parts of the Kingdom, and it is working to expand in the region. There are various models of Leeno PC’s at different prices, with options of 3-year full guarantee and free recharge in the main Saudi cities.
Nettops are a new group of computers using Intel super technology, Intel Atom processors. They are designed to perform tasks like surfing the internet and accessing web-based applications like electronic mail, audio and video files, and instant messaging. They are much smaller than ordinary desktops, which means they use smaller space at home or in the office.
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