Today, Fujitsu announced several major modifications to its product line-up and unveiled a host of new computers. These releases are additions to the Lifebook series, expanding the selection with a couple of new tablets, an ultra-thin notebook, a desktop-replacement notebook, and a mini-notebook. Let’s take a peek at the full details and specifications!
The LifeBook T4310 and the T4410 are the latest convertible tablets from Fujitsu. You can see the lightweight T4310 model pictured above; these computers can weigh as little as 3.9 pounds. The laptops are equipped with a dual digitizer for advanced multitouch capabilities and are highly customizable- you can add an additional battery, an extra hard drive, or even an optical drive without modifying the tablet’s size! You can also opt for a webcam, integrated fingerprint scanner, and HDMI, VGA, FireWire, Gigabit Ethernet, and 3 USB ports to the tablets as well. The two new tablets are preloaded with Windows 7 Home Premium, as well as the helpful Fujitsu Touch Launcher which allows easy access to installed applications and improves navigation.
The computers come with a 12.1-inch WXGA LED backlight display, attached to a bi-directional hinge for easy conversion from a notebook to tablet and vice-versa. They’re powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T6670 (2.20 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB) and can come with up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM. Hard drives sizes can vary but can go up to 320GB; a SD slot is also included for easy access to flash memory cards. The LifeBook T4310 starts at $1,099 and is designed for students and consumers while the T4410, which is marketed for mobile professionals, can cost up to $1,299.
The LifeBook P3010, pictured above, is the new ultraportable machine. It comes with a 11.6″ Crystal View WXGA HD display, has a full keyboard, and weighs a light 3.5 pounds. It is powered by the AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 Processor (1.60 GHz, 512 KB L2 cache) and can be configured with to 2GB of RAM. It can have up to 3 USB ports and comes at a great price- $549. An external optical drive can be purchased for an additional fee.
The LifeBook A1220 is Fujitsu’s best-equipped model, designed to compete against desktops. As you can see above, it’s a 15.6″ notebook with a built-in optical drive, which can be upgraded from a Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer to a Blu-Ray Reader. For easy online communication, a web camera and microphone are integrated into the notebook. You can choose between a Intel Core 2 Duo Processor T6600 (2.20 GHz, 2 MB L2 cache, 800 MHz FSB) or a Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P7450 (2.13 GHz, 3 MB L2 cache, 1066 MHz FSB) and can have up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM. As you may expect, there are plenty of ports and slots, including one for HDMI support, four USB 2.0 ports, MemoryStick/SD slot, and ExpressCard slot. The Lithium ion 6-cell battery promises up to 5 hours of battery life. Depending on the features you select, the A1220 can cost between$749 to $999.
The newest mini-notebook, the Fujitsu M2011, is very similar to the older model, the M2010. The main difference is the upgrade to Windows 7 Starter and an increase in hard drive size. The M2011 is has a 10.1-inch LCD display and is a very light 2.83 pound netbook. It’s powered by the Intel Atom N280 processor and can have up to 2GB of DDR2 RAM.