Seven Components of Laptops to Be Standardized

Consumers in Viet Nam now can have laptops with customized components.

Intel Corp. Vietnam held an opening ceremony of “Certified by Intel” program on May 10, 2006. Accordingly, consumers in Viet Nam now can have laptops with customized components.

They will be installed by local computer shops at a cost of 30% to 50% lower than those with the same configurations imported.

Despite being assembled in Viet Nam, the notebooks still bear the “Certified by Intel” sticker on them as an international guarantee by Intel.

Intel have worked with other world leading PC component vendors in standardizing seven parts of notebooks, including the hard disk drive, CD-Rom, battery, LCD monitor, case, power supply and keyboard.

As a result of the standardization, laptop components by different manufacturers can be used interchangeably.

By H.M.T – Translated by Hoang Uy

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