Fujitsu Lifebook E Series Notebooks Feature Durable Design
The notebooks are designed with durability in mind, with an aluminum palm rest and solid magnesium lid to protect the system during travels.Consumer electronics specialist Fujitsu has announced the launch of its Lifebook E Series family of business notebooks. Designed to optimize enterprise mobility, the lightweight devices boast features that address the mobility demands of chief information officers (CIOs) and the enterprise market. The Lifebook E Series family is available in three form factors that focus on the heavy users of mobile devices as well as individuals who want a mobile 15-inch desktop alternative. The notebooks, with their complementary components, accessories and basic input/output system (BIOS), are aimed to help make bring-your-own-device (BYOD) implementation more manageable and cost-effective. All three of the E Series models (also available are 13- and 14 inch versions) offer business functionality. In addition, they include a touchpad with integrated buttons; an optional backlit keyboard; and the Fujitsu signature modular bay that is capable of hosting a second battery, a second hard disk drive, an optical drive or a weight saver module to give users a lighter traveling weight. These features help corporate information and communications technology (ICT) departments realize cost savings from the use of standardized components and accessories such as the main board, modular bay devices, AC adapters and docking stations. The Lifebook E Series notebooks are currently available and pricing starts at $899, a company release noted.
As with all of the company's Lifebook products, the Lifebook E Series models are designed with durability in mind, with features such as an aluminum palm rest and solid magnesium lid to protect the system during travels.