Panasonic launches the new J10 notebook

Panasonic launches the new J10 notebook
Panasonic launches the new J10 notebook
10.1” laptop to be released in Japan this February

Panasonic seems to be on a roll with their new laptop releases. After announcing the new B10 and the improved S10 a couple days ago, the Japanese company has released their new Letsnote J10 notebook. The newest Sandy Bridge notebook is aimed for extreme portability but comes with a hefty price tag.

The 10.1” laptop comes in two flavors, a high-end and low-end edition. The high-end J10Q has a 2nd Generation Intel Core i5-480M 2.66GHz processor, a 128GB SSD, only 2GB RAM and Windows 7 Home Premium. It also comes with 3 USB ports and a SDXC slot. The 1366x768 pixel display offers a high quality resolution for a 10 Inch screen.

As far as the low-end model goes, it will be known as the J10P and is powered by a Core i3-380M 2.53GHz processor, a 160GB HDD, and Windows 7 Home Premium as well. The J10P will be available in white to differentiate it from the black J10Q.

Panasonic claims that both laptops will have excellent battery life; with the J10P running for 7.5 Hours and the J10Q running for an incredible 12 hours. If correct that would be quite an achievement for a laptop that only weighs 1.2 KG. Unfortunately, the J10Q and P will only be available in Japan for the time being; and will be priced at $2200 and $1770 respectively. Launch date is set for February 10th.

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Author: Omar Qudsi, 2011-01-30 (Update: 2012-05-26)