Fujitsu Announces New LifeBook Laptops

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Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation today debuted six new notebooks and tablet PCs based on next-generation Intel Centrino 2 (Montevina) Processor Technology. The New A6120, E8420, S6520, S7220, T5010 and T1010 offer a broad range of features and performance all at reasonable prices.

On the tablet PC side of the house, the LifeBook T5010 convertible tablet PC ($1,769) and the new LifeBook T1010 convertible tablet PC ($1,299) are equipped with a 13.3-inch display, yet weigh in at just 4.5 pounds and 5.3 pounds, respectively. The enterprise class LifeBook T5010 convertible tablet PC offers a modular bay that can accommodate an optical drive or a second battery and supports Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology. The LifeBook T1010 convertible tablet PC, which offers a fixed optical drive, and has all the power of the LifeBook T5010 notebook without the additional high-end security features required by enterprise customers, is more geared towards consumers, small businesses and educational institutions.

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The LifeBook E8420 notebook ($1,359) is the new flagship of the Fujitsu corporate desktop replacement portfolio with security features and performance that rivals a desktop PC. The E8420 supports Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology. Rounding out the Intel Centrino 2 powered notebooks are the ultra-mobile 4-pound LifeBook S6520 notebook ($1,529) with a 14.1-inch widescreen Crystal View display and the thin-and-light LifeBook S7220 notebook ($1,229) with a 14.1-inch anti-glare widescreen display and built-in webcam.


LifeBook E8420. (view large image)
 
LifeBook S6520. (view large image)


LifeBook S7220. (view large image)

The LifeBook A6210 notebook ($1,149) offers two 15.4-inch wide-screen display choices. Users can choose the Color Enhanced Crystal View display model or the standard power-saving Crystal View LP display model.  Both models feature an integrated HMDI port, which makes it easy to connect the notebook to high-definition televisions. The gesture touchpad translates finger movements into on-screen motions, for instance, parting two fingers to zoom in on a photo.


LifeBook A6210. (view large image)

The Windows Vista Home Premium operating system with Service Pack 1 enables an integrated home-entertainment experience that includes photos, music, video, and television. Options include faster 802.11n wireless for up to 450Mbps of upload/download speed, and an eSATA port for faster data exchange. The LifeBook A6210 notebook also offers a choice of shared or dedicated graphics, an external ExpressCard TV Tuner, a fingerprint sensor for security and password management, and an optional Blu-ray(TM) ROM drive.

Availability and Pricing

The LifeBook A6210, LifeBook T5010, LifeBook T1010, LifeBook E8420, LifeBook S6520 and LifeBook S7220 notebooks are available to order immediately. The LifeBook T5010 and LifeBook E8420 notebooks will be available with Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology in 30 days. The LifeBook A6210 notebook is priced at $1,149 for a base configuration. The LifeBook T5010 tablet PC is priced at $1,769 for a base configuration. The LifeBook T1010 tablet PC starts at $1,299 with a $50 mail-in rebate. The LifeBook E8420 notebook is priced at $1,359 for a base configuration. The LifeBook S6520 notebook is priced at $1,529 for a base configuration. The LifeBook S7220 notebook is priced at $1,229 for a base configuration.

All six notebooks are available through the Fujitsu direct sales force, website, channel partners and select retail outlets. Users can choose from a recommended configuration, or they can customize their system using the Fujitsu Configure To Order (CTO) program.  See http://www.computers.us.fujitsu.com/store/index.shtml for further information.

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