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18.10.2009 01:11 Age: 5 yrs
Category: new notebook models
By: Raghav Kapoor

Fujitsu comes out with snazzy P series notebooks

They are available with both Intel and AMD processors


Fujitsu has just come out with two new notebook models under the LifeBook P series brand - the Intel powered LifeBook P3110 and the AMD powered LifeBook P3010 notebooks. Both these models have a snazzy yet premium look which coupled with the silver lining along the edges and the signature "infinity" logo adds that touch of elegance and sophistication to these machines. 

Apart from the stylish exterior these notebooks are quite powerful on the inside also. The Lifebook P3110 is powered by a 1.3GHz Intel Pentium SU4100 processor which has 2MB of L2 cache memory and an 800MHz system bus. On the other hand the Lifebook P3010 has a 1.6GHz AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor under the hood. Both these notebooks have an 11.6-inch SuperFine WXGA LED-backlit 1366x768 pixel display which is supported by the integrated graphics.

A unique feature about these notebooks is that they come equipped with a software that allows sharing of the optical drive of one computer with another over a wireless connection. Talking about the battery life of these machines, well, both these machines offer a battery life of around 6.7 hours under normal circumstances. The built-in ECO button allows the user to stretch the computing time to about 7.2 hours. Other features of this notebook include:

  • Up to 4GB RAM
  • Up to 500GB HDD
  • Full-size spill resistant keyboard
  • Multi-touch touchpad
  • 1.3MP webcam
  • Dual built-in stereo speakers
  • Bluetooth v2.1, WiFi, Ethernet
  • Couple of USB ports
  • 4-in-1 card reader
  • Weight: 1.6 Kgs
  • Colors: Glossy black, glossy silver, glossy ruby red
  • Accessories available: Fujitsu wireless mouse, portable stereo speakers, external super-multi optical drive

The best part about these notebooks is that they comply with the Europeans Union restriction on hazardous substances (RoHS) derivate. There is no word on pricing and availability yet.

 


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