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Wednesday, February 07, 2007
Fujitsu Launches Ultra-Portable Notebook


Fujitsu today announced the LifeBook P7230 notebook

Weighing under three pounds, the LifeBook P7230 notebook, available in Leather Black or trendy Leather White, features an even slimmer 1.17-inch silhouette with a 10.6-inch LED lit widescreen display.

The LifeBook P7230 notebook comes with a built-in modular bay that can accommodate a Dual-Layer Multi-Format DVD Writer or a second battery delivering up to 9.75 hours of computing time. Battery life is also extended with the Fujitsu ECO button, a proprietary power-saving mode that with a single press reduces power consumption for components, including disabling the optical disk drive and reducing the display brightness.

The notebook is equipped with the energy-efficient Intel Core Solo U1400 Ultra Low Voltage Processor and it is available loaded with Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Business or Windows XP Professional.

Regarding the display, it comes with a LED-lit Crystal View XGA TFT wide format display, built-in microphones and dual built-in stereo speakers, along with a new optional built-in web-cam.

The LifeBook P7230 notebook also offers a variety of safeguards to prevent unauthorized data access, including an integrated biometric fingerprint swipe sensor and an embedded Trusted Platform Module (TPM) that can store data file passwords and keys on a microchip.

Data is also protected by the Fujitsu Shock Sensor utility, an accelerometer-based hard disk drive protection system that retracts the hard drive head if a sudden movement or vibration is detected, reducing the possibility of data loss. The sensor can also be set to password-lock the system if it is touched, preventing unauthorized access to the data.

Staying connected while mobile is easy with the integrated Intel PRO/Wireless 3945b/g Network Connection or Atheros Super AG Wireless LAN, modem, Gigabit Ethernet, and Bluetooth wireless option. The LifeBook P7230 notebook offers two USB 2.0 ports, an IEEE 1394 port, full-sized video port, modem, LAN and audio in and out jacks. Accessing photo or video files is easy via a combination of Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick PRO and xD card slots.

The LifeBook P7230 notebook, with pricing starting at $1,6992 for a base configuration, is available through the Fujitsu direct sales force, website, channel partners and select retail outlet.


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