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upgrade

Technology Replacement of older equipment, software, services
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To start with, the fully upgradeable MRO 200 series is ideal for small to medium-sized customer requirements in terms of volume.
The ConnectPort WAN VPN is network independent and upgradeable, making it easier for customers to quickly migrate to future advanced platforms as networks evolve.
The AC uses eight six-volt lead-acid batteries but is upgradeable to high-performance lithium-ion batteries, expected to be available next year.
Customizable to specific end-user needs, these notebooks are upgradeable to the latest technology.
New features include two-click access to popular Web transactions, OTA upgradeable user personalization and view options, core capacity and acceleration enhancements, and up to forty percent improvement in speed for popular mobile use cases.
This high-resolution XGA camera offers 30 frames per second, perfect colors, high-resolution 12x zoom tens with perfect edge focus, and upgradeable firmware.
Worldwide Computer Products News-18 April 2006-Digi International unveils upgradeable 3G wireless WAN router(C)1995-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
The station's modular, upgradeable design lets libraries add features over time as needed or as technology improves.
At its heart is an Intel Centrino M-LV (the LV stands for low-voltage) processor running at 1.6 GHz with a 2 MB L2 cache supported by 256 MB 533MHz DDR RAM (upgradeable to 1280 MB) and a 40 GB hard drive (upgradeable to 120 GB).
Upgradeable options include a sunroom and screened-in porch.
"It turns out that often means upgradeable only to single or multi-unit use, but not to the 'dense' configuration which is the only one that really matters.
Check Point's Safe@Office 400W is an upgradeable range of advanced wireless security appliances incorporating the Check Point technology deployed by 97% of Fortune 500 companies to protect their businesses.