continues its relentless march into laptop hardware with the Italian company SanTech announcing that it has a whole line-up of machines running on the new chip and ready to go. The bottom end machine is the T34, which has a 13.3-inch display, a Core 2 Duo clocked at 1.8GHz, and a 256MB GeForce Go 8400M video card. Running on Vista, the T34 comes with 1GB RAM, has a multi format DVD burner, either a 5400RPM 160GB hard drive or a 7200RPM 100GB drive, 802.11n, Bluetooth, and a 2-megapixel webcam. The V35 simply ups the screen size to 14-inches, but drops the graphics card down a notch to the slower GeForce 8000M model. The X36 moves the screen estate up to 15.4-inches, the processor to 2.4GHz, and the graphics card up to a GeForce Go 8600GT with 512MB of video ram, but the hard drive space stays at 100GB along with the other specs from the T34. All of these models come with 1GB of Turbo Memory cache, but you probably won't be too excited
about that. Unfortunately, the only information that we have on pricing or availability is that the models will probably be limited to Italy. Lets hope you're all booked up for a trip to Tuscany this summer then.