Fujitsu to Release N6000 17″ Multimedia Notebook (pics, specs)

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Not to be outdone by Dell, HP, Apple or Toshiba, Fujitsu will provide an entry into the desktop replacement/multimedia notebook market with a 17″ screen notebook that’s stacked with features.  Including a Pentium 4 Mobile 3.2GHz processor, ATI Radeon 9700 with 128MB of RAM, 17″ Crystal View Screen, 100GB Hard Drive, TV Tuner built-in and instant on DVD and typical suave Fujitsu styling this notebook should be hot.  Prices will start at $1749 which means it’s much cheaper than the similar Toshiba Qosmio laptop and has more features.

The Upcoming Fujitsu N6010 is currently available in Japan and is sold as the NX Fujitsu series there (NX90, NX70, NX50).  Here’s a link to an indecipherable Japanese site to see this product on sale in the Land of the Rising Sun: http://www.fmworld.net/product/hard/pcpm0409/biblo_loox/nx/method/index.html#top

Or just check out the pictures and specs we have below for the North American release version of this notebook that should be available next month and prices will start at $1749.

Fujitsu N6010 Specs

  • 17″ Wide XGA+ Crystal View Screen, double the contrast ratio (400:1)
  • Mobile Intel® Pentium® 4 processor 538 (3.2 GHz , 533MHz FSB, 1MB L2 cache ) supports Hyper-Threading technology
  • TV Tuner Built In, Instant On DVD/TV/CD
  • Dedicated 128MB VRAM,
  • Sub Woofer
  • ATI Radeon 9700 with 128MB of RAM
  • Multi-format DVD Writer
  • 4 USB 2.0 Ports
  • IEEE 1394 Port
  • Memory Stick + Secure Digital Card Slot
  • Stereo Speakers and a built-in sub-woofer
  • Super AG 802.11 a+b/g wireless LAN
  • Modem,
  • 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet
  • INSTANT ON…Watch TV, DVDs, CDs without booting up your notebook; Pause Live TV; Record programs; Convert VHS tapes to DVDs Key
  • 100, 80, 60, 40 GB ultra-DMA 100 hard drive options 
  • S-video out
  • Optical Digital out (SPDIF),
  • Two type II/one type III PCMCIA slots

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