Fujitsu announces 13.3-inch LifeBook SH530 notebook

Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific today announces its newest LifeBook notebook – the 13.3 inch SH530, weighting about 1.99 kg,  the new machine has a aluminium body and is powered by Intel Core i5 processor.

The SH530 has a LED-backlit (1366 x 768) display,and under the shell there are Intel Core i5-460M at 2.53 GHz on Intel HM55 Express Chipset, ATI Mobility Radeon graphics with HDMI out (no information about model), 4GB of RAM, up to 500GB of storage and also spill-resistant keyboard.

Fujitsu LifeBook SH530

“Just like how modern day individuals strive to exceed expectations in their life, Fujitsu endeavours to exceed expectations in our products. With the introduction of the Fujitsu LIFEBOOK SH530, Fujitsu is giving users access to mainstream computing capabilities together with added surprises to make their lives easier.,” elaborates Mr Hanson Yap, Product Manager, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific.

No info about pricing.

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