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 ¾" 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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