Fujitsu Lifebook N7010 With Touchscreen App Launcher

The picture pretty much says it all, but the coolest part about the Lifebook N7010 is the 4-inch, 480x272 pixel touchscreen integrated into the keyboard area. Its most notable function is that it works as an app launcher, but according to Fujitsu's Paul Moore, you can use it as a second (really small) screen, with the… » 11/04/08 8:00am 11/04/08 8:00am

Fujitsu Releases New Lifebook A6220 Laptop With Blu-ray, UWB, Swappable…

Fujitsu this week announced their new Lifebook A6220 notebook which comes equipped with a Blu-ray drive, HDMI-out, ultra wideband wireless data transfer and Snap Cap swappable shells, which can be used to change the design/color of your laptop in one fell swoop. The 15.4-inch laptop runs on the Centrino 2 platform,… » 10/17/08 6:15pm 10/17/08 6:15pm

Is MacBook Air Worth the Money? Five Slim Laptops Face Off

Click to viewUpdated with battery life stats, by popular demand. We can all agree that the MacBook Air is a slick-looking little laptop. It's so thin! You can't argue with that! But if you're in the market for a small, high-performance laptop, is it the best option? I pored over specs for four similarly positioned and… » 1/16/08 1:00pm 1/16/08 1:00pm

Fujitsu LifeBook U810 and T2010 Ultra-Portables Get Built-In HSUPA

Fujitsu has announced that the LifeBook U810 UMPC and the ultra-portable LifeBook T2010 convertible notebooks have been upgraded to include a built-in cellular modem capable of accessing AT&T's BroadbandConnect High-Speed Uplink Packet Access (HSUPA) network. That means users can enjoy upload speeds between 500 Kbps… » 1/06/08 1:52pm 1/06/08 1:52pm

Fujitsu Goes For Light 'n' Sexy with LifeBook P8000

Fujitsu's never been the most beautiful laptop on the commuter jet, but the new LifeBook P8000 series, following in the footsteps of the P7000, is probably it's sexiest to date. It's got a high-gloss "diamond black" finish that sparkles a little but not too much. A thinner lid with LED backlighting—plus embedded… » 1/06/08 8:00am 1/06/08 8:00am

Fujitsu LifeBook N6460, Loaded Laptop with Blu-ray Inside Ships…

It takes a lot to get us excited about a laptop, but we're pumped about this Fujitsu LifeBook N6460. We've been hearing about this laptop for a while now, but now it's finally shipping to all points in the United States. Besides that whopper 17-inch screen, it's rocking an optional Blu-ray drive inside. Its other… » 7/30/07 12:25pm 7/30/07 12:25pm

Fujitsu Gives Its LifeBook Tablets Solid State Drives

Our hats go off to Fujitsu this morning for giving two of their Tablet PCs flash drive makeovers. The 12.1-inch LifeBook B6210 and 8.9-inch P1610 will both have the option of coming with either a 16GB or 32GB solid state drive. Because flash drives have no moving parts, they'll help speed up performance and save… » 3/19/07 11:48am 3/19/07 11:48am

Fujitsu Teases Apple Fanboys with MacBook-like P7230

If Steve Jobs fails to announce an ultraportable MacBook at next month's Macworld Expo, Apple fanboys might be able to find solace in Fujitsu's LifeBook P7230. Like the current MacBook, it'll be available in black or white and sport a clean, curvy design. The P7230, however, is a 10-inch ultraportable, which means… » 12/22/06 3:44pm 12/22/06 3:44pm

Fujitsu Rolls Out Three LifeBooks, All Dual-Core Intel or AMD

Fujitsu announced three attractive lappies as part of its LifeBook line, the N6420 (pictured above) with its big 17-inch screen, the clean, white A3110 with its 15.4-inch display and the A6010, also a 15.4-incher. The 10-pound A6420 (starting at $1499) is a desktop replacement with an optional HD DVD player (for $460… » 10/17/06 11:06am 10/17/06 11:06am

Fujitsu P1610 Gives Laptops Across the World Weight Complex

Fujitsu may call it a mini laptop, but we all know the P1610 is the illegitimate love child of a UMPC, ultraportable, Tablet PC threesome. It's got a swiveling 8.9-inch display, an 80GB hard drive, and built-in Wi-Fi/Bluetooth. There's no dual-core love here though. Instead it's powered by a 1.2GHz Intel Core Solo… » 10/16/06 3:49pm 10/16/06 3:49pm