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Philips X200 laptop with adjustable screen

Philips terms the design of this laptop the 'longneck', and it’s not hard to see why: the screen is suspended on a manoeuvrable arm that can be moved to the front of the laptop so you can get closer to the display. It’s a Vista Home Premium system with Wi-Fi, a 1.2GHz Intel Core Duo ULV2500 processor, 1GB RAM and a 100GB hard drive. 128MB of onboard graphics drive the 12.1in widescreen display. There's a dual-layer DVD rewriter too.

Philips X200 laptop with adjustable screen

Philips X200 laptop with adjustable screen

Philips X200 laptop with adjustable screenPhilips X200 laptop with adjustable screen

Philips X200 laptop with adjustable screen

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