Fujitsu introduces LifeBook P8110 notebook

FujitsuLifeBook-P8110-notebookFujitsu  introduces the latest notebook in the P Series –  Fujitsu LifeBook P8110.  The new laptop has lustrous black casing, weight of 1.38kg,  12.1” Wide SuperFine WXGA TFT screen with 300nits brightness, powered by an Intel Core 2 Duo Processor SU9600 (1.60GHz, 800MHz, 3MB L2 Cache), up to 4GB DDR3  and hard disk capacity of 320GB with  built-in 3D Shock Sensor.

The LifeBook P8110 also has an integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with Intel® Clear Video Technology and DVMT 5.0,  spill-resistant keyboard and fingerprint sensor, 2.0 Mega Pixels camera, DVD Super Multi Writer,  Bluetooth® v2.1+EDR, 1000/100/10Mbps2 Gigabit Ethernet and wireless LAN 802.11bgn, or with Intel® WiFi Link 5300AGN (3×3) network connection with three Antenna. Notebook’s battery will provide up to 7 hours life with further extension of up to 10.5 hours if the ECO button is utilised and the will be available with  Windows 7 Home Premium operating system.

Fujitsu LifeBook P8110 notebook

Ms. Irene Tan, Director of Sales, Fujitsu PC Asia Pacific Ltd, says, “With the Fujitsu LifeBook P8110, professionals can now have a companion that not only meets increasingly demanding needs but also one that realises an ambulatory lifestyle. The stress of constant traveling, multi-tasking and connection on-the-go will be dissipated with the performance and design of this machine.”

Fujitsu LifeBook P8110 notebook

Source: Fujitsu

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