Fujitsu LifeBook N and LifeBook E dual-core series launched

Posted on Saturday, January 07 2006 @ 2:27 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fujitsu announced new LifeBook N Series and LifeBook E Series desktop replacement notebooks, among the first products powered by Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology. Debuting at the 2006 International CES, the LifeBook N6410 and LifeBook E8110 notebooks are equipped with the new dual-core, power-efficient Intel Core Duo processor, Mobile Intel 945 Express Chipset and next-generation Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG wireless technology, which combine to deliver an outstanding entertainment experience, advanced performance for handling multiple compute-intensive applications, improved battery life and expanded connectivity.

The flagship of the Fujitsu consumer line, the LifeBook N6410 notebook, which features Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, offers the best in home entertainment, personal productivity, creativity and mobility, while the LifeBook E8110 notebook, the stable commercial powerhouse, provides a highly flexible platform that can be configured to meet a diverse array of business demands. Both notebooks will be available in the first half of 2006.

The LifeBook N6410 and LifeBook E8110 notebooks deliver the performance and reliability mobile users expect from Fujitsu, recently rated tops for reliability among Microsoft Windows-based notebooks in PC Magazine's 18th annual Reader Satisfaction Survey.

With Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology, the LifeBook N6410 notebook ratchets up the digital entertainment experience delivering the incredible responsiveness demanded by gamers, the ability to watch movies while downloading photos, better built-in graphics and high-definition audio. Ideal for work and play, the LifeBook N6410 notebook features its trademark integrated sub-woofer and stereo speakers along with a 17-inch wide Color Enhanced Crystal View Display delivering image intensity and color accuracy to rival a CRT. With color saturation of 72 percent, the LifeBook N6410 notebook offers razor sharp detail, rich color, and subtle shadows and shading to bring images to life.

The LifeBook N6410 notebook gets a speed boost with the ATI Mobility™ Radeon® x1400 graphics controller with 256MB HyperMemory™ to deliver a high level of performance¹. Dazzling imagery that moves and responds seamlessly is made possible with up to 2 GB of dual channel DDR2 667MHz memory. The LifeBook N6410 notebook now features the largest hard drive combination on the market -up to 320GB with dual hard drives. With the latest Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG network connection, consumers are reassured they have the latest in 802.11x wireless connectivity.

Featuring a new stylish exterior, slimmer silhouette and lighter weight, the LifeBook E8110 notebook satisfies the power demands of today's multitasking professional. With Intel Centrino Duo mobile technology, the LifeBook E8110 notebook offers improved battery life through lower power consumption and better power management, extended connectivity options for easy deployment, and the enhanced manageability and security essential for professionals on the go.

The LifeBook E8110 notebook is ideal for displaying graphics-intensive applications with its exceptionally clear 15-inch Crystal View XGA display. For applications that require higher resolutions, Fujitsu offers a 15-inch SXGA+ display. Battery life is extended up to 2x and a new spill-resistant keyboard offers additional durability. Security is ironclad with BIOS-based password and HDD protection, embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM), and a biometric fingerprint swipe sensor. Security is further tightened with a dedicated Smart Card slot and Fujitsu Security Panel with more than 800,000 possible password combinations, and with supervisor and user password levels.

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Thomas De Maesschalck

Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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