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L International Reveals Plans for High-Tech
Next-Generation Laptop Computer Systems

L International Computers Inc. "L" (Pink Sheets:LITL), renowned manufacturer of high-performance computers and personal/business technologies, revealed plans for its next generation high-end laptop and ultra-portable computer systems.

Based on Intel's Quad -Core Processors and featuring all-round PCI-Xpress bus architecture, Liebermann showed off concept PC designs featuring design approaches to soon be integrated in its upcoming portable computing product line. The new blueprints, include the first keyboardless series laptop machines, replaced with a large secondary full-color and fully programmable high-resolution touch screen OLED display.

Users can switch on the fly any language or layout on the keyboard as well as precision-controlling parameters such as keystroke key speed and pressure. Equally, the displays can be instantly changed to gaming mode as virtual joysticks or any specific application such as music composition or video editing where the whole keyboard area can be programmed and called upon any specific application with customized controllers. OLED-based virtual keyboards can be reconfigured as needed as a programmable high-resolution multi-function flat-panels.

Aside from next-generation PuRAM Solid State Drive Technologies largely improved in I/O and transfer speeds allied to record breaking low power consumption figures and extended long-term reliability, the new laptops may equally also feature new power sources like hot-swappable fuel cell batteries based on both hydrogen or methanol designs, providing up to 24 hours of continuing power and indefinite runs without any need for direct electrical recharging. Fuel cells work by combining the fuel with oxygen from the air and using the energy liberated to drive an electrical current. The fuel cell contains a polymer-based "proton exchange membrane" sandwiched between an anode and cathode layer, each containing a platinum catalyst. Hydrogen travels to the anode through a polymer block bored with channels 500 micrometers wide. At the anode, the platinum helps break the hydrogen down into protons and electrons. The protons cross the membrane and react with oxygen and electrons from the cathode, and this drives the electrons left at the anode around an electrical circuit to the cathode. The only byproduct of a hydrogen fuel cell is water vapor.

Takuro Yamashita, Vice President Software & Hardware Engineering, commented, "We are excited about these new developments and approaches on emerging technologies that will change the face of portable computing.

Because we target the high-end market with a buying power above the average we believe we can be among the first to bring out new design approaches that can become mainstream technologies for the average user down the road. By bringing first-class new advances in portable computing architectures, the industry can expect from Liebermann, world leading products that will stand out by the uniqueness of their features and the innovation of the add-on values for its users.

"We believe that by raising the bar, we'll be showing off ahead of everyone else what portable computing will be in the future for the lucky many that choose Liebermann's new products today. By providing users with the tools and design capabilities to do much more than ever before, we are transforming hardware into something more seamless and transparent allowing the deployment of creativity and productivity to stand ahead of the limiting bottlenecks of existing technologies, greatly enhancing long-term usability and largely extending cost of initial ownership into a true future proof investment."

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