Fujitsu announces new Sandy Bridge notebooks for Spring 2011
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P771
Meant to be used by the busy professional who desires a highly mobile notebook that does not skimp on performance, the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P771 comes bundled with Intel's Core i7-2617M processor clocked at 1.5GHz (up to 2.6GHz under Turbo Boost) and features a 12-inch antiglare, LED-backlit display capable of WXGA resolutions.
As battery life is often the top priority for mobile professionals, the P771 is bundled with a six cell, 6200mAH battery pack which is reportedly capable of lasting 8 hours on a single charge. Last but not least, the P771 comes with 4GB of memory, a built-in 3.5G modem capable of supporting most standard mobile networking interfaces and Intel's onboard HD 3000 graphics.
The Fujitsu LIFEBOOK P771 will be available for sale from April at the retail price of S$3,488.
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK PH701
Another notebook designed to be used by the highly mobile worker, the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK PH701 shares the same 12-inch antiglare, LED-backlit display with the P771 mentioned above. However, instead of a Core i7-2617M processor, the PH701 offers users a choice between an Intel Core i5-2410M processor clocked at 2.3GHz (2.9GHz under Turbo Boost) or an Intel Core i3-2310M processor clocked at 2.1GHz.
In addition, the PH701 loses the built-in 3.5G modem and comes with only 2GB of memory, thus making it more suited for the mobile professional who does not require a high-performance notebook for his or her digital workload needs.
The Fujitsu LIFEBOOK PH701 pricing has not been announced yet, although Fujitsu has confirmed that the notebook will be available for sale from April onwards.
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T901
Aimed at professional designers, the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK T901 offers business users a choice between a dedicated professional graphics card and the default Intel HD Graphics 3000 onboard GPU in order to best cater to such users' respective needs. In addition, the T901 also comes bundled with the Intel Core i5-2410M processor clocked at 2.3GHz (2.9GHz on Turbo Boost), along with 4GB of memory to handle intensive drawing-related tasks.
Also available on the T901 are a 3.5G modem capable of supporting most standard mobile networking interfaces, a USB 3.0 port, two USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire 1394 port, VGA-out, an Ethernet port, HDMI-out, HDA-in/out jacks and a Port Replicator interface.
The LIFEBOOK T901 will be available on a contract basis and is expected to be available from April onwards.
Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 (not shown during event)
Those who prefer a larger notebook which is capable of providing a decent multimedia performance without having to break the piggy bank on a top-dollar gaming machine may probably find much to like about the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531. The AH531 features a 15.6-inch LED-backlit display and utilizes Intel's Core i5-2410M processor, while graphics processing is handled by the dedicated NVIDIA GeForce GT525M graphics card, which boasts 1GB of dedicated VRAM.
The AH531 also features 8GB of memory for handling intensive multimedia-related tasks, and comes standard with three USB 2.0 ports, one of which is compatible with Fujitsu's Anytime USB Charge feature. Last but not least, the AH531 comes with HDA-in/out jacks and a HDMI-out port.
The Fujitsu LIFEBOOK AH531 pricing has not been announced yet, but Fujitsu has confirmed that the notebook will be available for sale in Singapore from April onwards.