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Aug 07, 2002

Eurocom Goes Dot Com!

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Ottawa, CANADA - After a few years of negotiating with a domain holder, a Eurocom domain was finally transfered to Eurocom Corporation. Starting today, Eurocom website address will be www.eurocom.com in addition to www.eurocom.ca that the company has been using from 1996.
Eurocom Corporation owns a trademark for both the Eurocom name and the Desktop Replacement Notebook technology. A leader in Desktop Replacement technology since 1989, Eurocom Corporation has established new standards for desktop replacement notebooks in an effort to educate the media, consumers and computer resellers about this specific class of notebook computer.

In 1989, Nepean, Ontario, Canada based Eurocom Corporation coined their very first notebook computer, the EUROCOM 2100 Super Notebook, as a "desktop replacement" notebook computer. The term "desktop replacement" described perfectly the function of the 386-based notebook, as it was equal in power and performance to the high-end desktop systems of the day. As early as 1989, Eurocom Corporation knew that businesses could effectively replace their existing desktop systems while adding a notebook of equal power to their computer arsenal.

Eurocom Corporation has since devoted virtually all their resources to desktop replacement technology development, marketing and education. Through sheer determination and foresight Eurocom has maintained a line of desktop replacement notebooks that has always been of equal or greater power and performance than the conventional desktop systems of the day.

Today, Eurocom firmly established on the Canadian market, is ready to expand to other markets, mainly the United States, Latin America, Europe and South Africa. The global website address, such as www.eurocom.com, is crucial to reaching the objective of Eurocom global presence.

Eurocom Corporation:
Eurocom Corporation is a leading innovator in the notebook industry. The company has produced many firsts, such as manufacturing the first notebook with a 15.1-inch LCD panel and a full-size, 102-key, keyboard. Since 1989, Nepean-based Eurocom Corporation has led the Canadian Desktop Replacement Notebook™ industry with over 950 dedicated resellers and agents across Canada. A 1999 survey by International Data Corporation Canada found Eurocom fifth in the Canadian notebook industry – the only Canadian Company in the top 10. For more information please visit www.eurocom.com