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Najmtek is not just another startup company. Najmtek developed a new innovative product which is the first hybrid product on the market, a fusion between a laptop and a tablet with a stylus provided, called UBOOK. UBOOK (Universal NoteBOOK) is a new concept of laptop including a touch-sensitive keyboard (screenboard). It has all the advantages of the first one (power, compatibility, capacities) and also those of the second one (weight, user-friendly). It is coupled with a multi task software, and a SDK that will allow each of you to develop your own application. Due to his conception, UBook is a “green laptop”, the product for a better life, the product that will help saving hundreds of trees every year.

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The CES 2012 – TF1 French Television – 20/01/2012, 20h

All hightech professionnels met at the CES of Las Vegas in January.

Objective? Discover the products of tomorrow.

And some of them could be quite useful.

Le CES , grand salon de l'innovation - TF1, 20/01/2012, 20hLe CES, grand salon de l’innovation – video TF1 – 20/01/2012, 20h

Les professionnels du secteur des nouvelles technologies se sont donnés rendez-vous à Las Vegas.

Objectif? Découvrir les produits de demain.

Et certains pourraient s’avérer bien utiles.

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