LifeBook S760 Notebook

By Michelle Maisto  |  Posted 2010-01-08 Print this article Print


Fourth in line is the LifeBook S760 notebook, which features a 13.3-inch widescreen HD display and a weight of 3.6 pounds. It offers an optional Nvidia graphics controller with 512GB of dedicated graphics memory, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, Windows 7 Professional, and security features that include a fingerprint sensor. Arriving in February, the starting price is $1,422.

Another thin-and-light is the LifeBook S710 notebook, offering a 14-inch widescreen HD display, Windows 7 Professional, Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and a weight of just over 5 pounds. There's a dedicated smart-card slot and fingerprint sensor, as well as a modular bay and port-replicator support. Coming in February, the starting price will be $1,207.

For enterprise users wanting a larger display there's the LifeBook AH550 desktop alternative notebook. It pairs a 15.6-inch widescreen Crystal View HD display with a choice of Intel Core processors, Windows 7 Home Premium, integrated and shared graphics, an integrated HDMI port, a Webcam and a multi-format DVD writer for reading and writing multiple CD and VD formats.

Arriving later in January, its starting price will be $749.

The final two new notebooks are also desktop replacements, the LifeBook NH570 and the LifeBook E780.

The NH570, ideal for video editing, boasts an 18.4-inch high-definition display, a Nvidia graphics controller with 1GB of dedicated graphics memory, a choice of Intel Core processors, Windows 7 Home Premium, and Ethernet, e-SATA, SPDIF, HDMI, USB and Firewire ports. It'll arrive later in January, starting at $1,199.

And finally, coming in February, the E780, with its 15.6-inch widescreen HD display, is said to offer a desktop-like experience. Intel Core processors can be paired with a Nvidia graphics controller, again with 1GB of dedicated graphics memory. A modular bay can offer additional battery life or a Blu-ray player. Pricing starts at $1,223.

On Jan. 7, Fujitsu additionally introduced two new entry-level, single-socket Primergy servers, powered by Intel's 32-nanometer "Clarkdale" processors.


Michelle Maisto has been covering the enterprise mobility space for a decade, beginning with Knowledge Management, Field Force Automation and eCRM, and most recently as the editor-in-chief of Mobile Enterprise magazine. She earned an MFA in nonfiction writing from Columbia University, and in her spare time obsesses about food. Her first book, The Gastronomy of Marriage, if forthcoming from Random House in September 2009.

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