Fujitsu FMV-BIBLO LOOX R/C70 runs for 12 Hours

fujitsu_loox_r_1Fujitsu announced the new FMV-BIBLO LOOX R/C70 ultraportable notebook that offers up to 12 hours of battery lifespan. The LOOX R/C70 is powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo SU9300 ULV 1.2GHz processor, 2GB of RAM, integrated GMA 4500MHD graphics and a 128GB SSD for storage.

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Fujitsu’s LOOX R/C70 features a 12.1-inch LED backlit LCD display, a DVD+/-R DL burner, WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n, Bluetooth and a SD card slot. With an standard battery, the LOOX R/C70 can run for up to 8.2 hours and if a bigger size battery, it operates up to 12.6 hours.

There is also the Fujitsu FMV-BIBLO LOOX R/C50 that has 320GB hard drive and supports only WifI 802.11a/b/g. It can run for up to 12.1 hours. The LOOX R/C70 and LOOX R/C50 will be launched on 15 December in Japan for 279,800 Yen and 234,800 Yen respectively.

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Source: iTtech News Net

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