Fujitsu debuts LifeBook A530 notebook

Fujitsu rolls out the 15.6-inch LifeBook A530 laptop, aimed for professionals and corporate usage. The notebook has a matte black casing with a polished silver interior, powered by either the Intel Core i3-330M 2.13GHz or Intel Core i5-520M 2.4GHz with the Turbo Boost function of up to 2.933GHz, inside there are also 320GB or 500GB Hard Disk Drive, Bluetooth v2.1,  a 1.3 Megapixel web camera and boasting Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.

The 15.6-inch glossy display has 1366×768 (WXGA) pixel resolution, the notebook is also is equipped with a full keyboard and a 10-key number pad, DVD RW Writer, 4 in 1 reader, LAN Broadcom BCM57780, 802.11b/g/nWi-Fi,  3x USB 2.0,VGA, HDMI output and weights 2.75kg with 6-cell battery. No information about prices yet.


LIFEBOOK A530

“Many professionals today lead a busy lifestyle and what they really need is a computing companion that can meet their corporate needs even when they are on the move. The Fujitsu LifeBook A530 effectively combines the best of both desktop and notebook benefits to give users functionality, mobility and versatility all at one go,” elaborated Mr Lim Teck Sin, Director of Product Marketing, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific.

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