Fujitsu Launches 12.5-Hour Laptopjohnb7/25/05 11:00amFiled to: LaptopsCentrinoFujitsu0EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink This image was lost some time after publication, but you can still view it here. Fujitsu, which just got married and is going by the name Fujitsu-Siemens—but we can call it Fujitsu until they change its Outlook and business cards—launched a notebook that can go for about 12.5 hours on one charge. Very special? Comparatively, considering that the beefiest notebooks I've seen in a while have lasted about 10 hours and change. Advertisement The rest of the notebook, called the LifeBook C1320, isn't very attractive. Standard Centrino chipset, nice SATA drive connections, and 5-pound weight with nice aluminum frame. More big IT shop than Hello-Kitty-Sticker-Worthy laptop, at least you can get a bit of work done on the New York-Tokyo flight.Fujitsu-Siemens Announces 12.5-Hour Laptop [BIOSMagazine] Advertisement UPDATE - Big scam or at least misleading. You get 12.5 hours with the optional extra big battery.