Fujitsu launches new Intel-based notebook line

Fujitsu recently launched their latest line of notebooks which feature Intel processors. Fujitsu just announced three all new notebooks powered by the all new 45nm Intel Core 2 Duo mobile processors at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show. The LifeBook A6120, LifeBook N6470 and LifeBook E8410 notebooks have been introduced among the first notebooks powered by the line of next-generation 45nm Hi-k Intel Core 2 Duo mobile processors. All three notebooks promise improvements in performance, graphics, and battery life thanks in no small part to the new Intel processors.

The Lifebook N6470 notebook, which replaces the LifeBook N6460, is a "desktop replacement" notebook equipped with a 17-inch wide display and packed with advanced multimedia features. The new Intel T9500 processor, Blu-ray player support, ATI Mobile Radeon HD2600 graphics processor, and up to a 600GB hard disk drive means the LifeBook N6460 promises to be an impressive performance notebook.

The new LifeBook A6120 notebook offers a 15.4-inch wide high-contrast Crystal View (glossy) LCD that delivers brighter images and richer colors. Offering either the new T8100 or T8300 processors and a spill-resistant keyboard the LifeBook E6210 looks to be an interesting choice for a 15-inch notebook in 2008.

Fujitsu LifeBook E8410

The LifeBook E8410 notebook, a business notebook, offers a 15.4-inch widescreen display, top-notch performance and ironclad security. The E8410 is packed with the T8100 or T9300 processors, the trusted nVidia GeForce 8400M G video graphics card, and a magnesium-alloycasing with spill-resistant keyboard and "Shock Sensor" protection for the hard drive.

The LifeBook E8410 notebook, available next week, is priced starting at $1,399. The LifeBook N6470 notebook, available in February, is priced starting at $1,499. The LifeBook A6120 notebook, available in February, is priced starting at $1,249. See the Fujitsu website for further information.

This was first published in January 2008

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