Notebook News: Fujitsu E Series, Acer Ferrari 3200, Moderator Awards, CompuTex Taiwan

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New Fujitsu LifeBook E8000 Series

Fujitsu has updated its LifeBook E Series from the E4000 line to the Fujitsu LifeBook E8000 Series.  The new E8000 models include the new Intel Dothan processor, up to 1.8GHz.  The E8000 series is targeted at business users.  It has a slew of security features, a vivid 15.1″ display, up to 80GB hard drive, built-in Bluetooth, dual pointing with integrated touchpad, hot-swap ultra bay, ATI Mobility Radeon 9700 with 64MB of RAM (this is very good for a business notebook) and a 1-year international warranty.

This notebook is on sale at, it’s not even on the Fujitsu site yet!

Acer Ferrari 3200 Now Shipping

Vroom, vroom!  Many people are excited about the new Acer Ferrari 3200 notebook that includes the AMD Athlon 64-bit processor.  This notebook is now actually shipping from various retailers online.  Here’s a link to the pricing and availability: Acer Ferrari 3200 Pricing

CompuTex News

Wow, there’s so much news coming out of Taiwan this week where the CompuTex show is going on.  Here’s just a sampling of news, I just wish I was there to report more fully:

AMD Unveils 4 new 64 bit Processors:

BenQ to Ship Joybook 7000 Notebooks:

Notebooks to be the Center of the Digital Home:

ATI Launches PCI Express Cards:,1558,1605948,00.asp

Apple iPod to reach 60GB?:

Transmeta shows 1.6GHz Efficeon Processor:

Acer President says Digital Home is anybody’s game:,39001147,39181716,00.htm

Try a Google news search to find a treasure chest of more news coming out of Taipei: Moderator Awards

The Forums are growing and they’re a great resource for those asking questions about purchasing a new laptop, or dealing with the one they currently have.  These forums couldn’t be successful or work if it weren’t for the great moderators we have, they all do an excellent job.  We’d like to recognize some of them each month and thank those recognized by sending an Amazon gift certificate.

This months moderators we’d like to tip our caps too are:

Quikster (HP forums moderator, South Carolina USA)

nesbo (Dell forums moderator, Ohio USA)

Underpantman (Asus forums moderator, Brisbane Australia)

Venombite (Toshiba forums moderator, Ontario Canada)

All of these people are doing a supreme job answering the voluminous amounts of questions we get on the boards, and some are even asked for by name to answer questions!  They’re all busy people too, we’ve got a computer science major and med school student in this group.  Great job guys.  We have many other excellent forum moderators that will be recognized in the coming months, the gift certificate award will be open to anyone that just happens to be really helpful though so make a name for yourself in the forums and you will be recognized!



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