Luxury Electronics: While the most appealing dress size continues to shrink, so do the most coveted material objects-from cell phones and mp3 players to cameras and laptops. In the past, gearheads and average Joe's were hard-pressed to find a notebook with the power of a PC that was small enough to justify its mobile classification. Fujitsu has announced what they claim is the slimmest and lightest 12.1" notebook available on the market. The LifeBook® Q2010 notebook weighs only 2.2 lbs. and is ?" thick, bringing together the computing power of bigger laptops and desktop PCs with stylish mobility.
Capable of running Windows Vista, the LifeBook is powered by the Intel® Core Solo ULV processor and comes with a wide-range of connectivity options including Intel® PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection with VoIP capabilities and integrated Bluetooth v2.0 for easy data synchronization with other devices. Looking for a slim notebook for your next business trip or trans-Atlantic vacation? Slip the Lifebook into your oversized handbag, laptop bag, backpack, and you're set (choose the 6-cell battery and you'll get up to 7 hours of cord-free operation). At home or office your skinny notebook fits snuggly in its docking station with an integrated dual-layer DVD burner. Add the full-sized keyboard and Crystal View LED backlit display and the LifeBook Q2010 notebook transforms into a powerful desktop replacement.
Starting at $1,999 for a base configuration, the Lifebook is immediately available through Fujitsu and select retail outlets. Visit www.computers.us.fujitsu.com to find out how you can "slim down."
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