Fujitsu updates "Loox" mini notebook line

By Justin Mann on January 15, 2007, 11:59 AM
Want a system that is even more portable than a laptop, but still has the computing power to do regular workstation tasks? More than a PDA but not quite a laptop, Fujitsu's latest addition to their “Sub-notebook” line will be Vista-ready and sports a 1.2GHz Celeron M or 1.2GHz Core Solo. Weighing in at only 2.8 pounds, it is an extremely light machine that doesn't disappoint in the hardware department. While it certainly won't be winning you any matches at Battlefield 2142, it can come with up to a gig of RAM and supposedly has nearly 5 hours of battery life using Core Solo. With the ability to run Vista, built in DVD burner, up to an 80GB HDD and WiFi support, it has pretty much everything needed to make a run-of-the-mill portable workstation.




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Michel Merlin said:
Who will buy this? Just another "lightop" - able of nothing but being light (somewhat).What should sell is IMO:- a 11" as above but with RAM extensible to 2GB at least;- a 12"W with Core 2 Duo T2300E or above, gma950 or above, RAM extensible to 4GB- a 13" with same CPU+RAM and a true graphic cardVersailles, Fri 13 Apr 2007 10:55:55 +0200
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