Fujitsu announces ultra-thin, lightweight Lifebooks P3110, P3010

October 17, 2009, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fujitsu has announced two new P Series LifeBooks, which combine style and user-friendly technologies. The Fujitsu LifeBook P3110 and LifeBook P3010 come with a laudable design, incorporating a 11.6-inch, 1366 x 768 display. The one-inch thin Lifebooks weigh just around 3.5 pounds.


The company has said the two Lifebooks would boast of a battery life that would give 6.7 hours under normal use and 7.2 hours in power saving mode. You can put the devices on power saving mode by just hitting the Eco button. Prominent features include multitouch and a DVD sharing application.

The two laptops sport snazzy shells and are sure to lure customers who are used to log on to the Net on-the-go. While the Lifebook P3110 comes powered by the Intel Pentium processor SU4100, Fujitsu has equipped the LifeBook P3010 with the latest AMD Athlon Neo processor MV-40.

Apart from the technology features, what we like about the Fujitsu P Series Lifebooks is Fujitsu’s thoughtful addition of a tray below the typing keys that will help prevent the occasional spill from seeping in to the keyboard. A tilt and wipe can keep your keyboard spill resistant in case your coffee mug just sways to splash. Fujitsu has also provided the laptops with a full size keyboard that promises typing comfort. Further, the multi-touch touchpad helps in vertical scroll, image rotation and zoom-in-zoom out functionalities.

Besides, they come with built-in 1.3 mega pixels camera, built-in stereo speakers and Bluetooth v2.1 options. You can pick your favorite color too, as Fujitsu has lined up the stylish laptops in various hues. While the LifeBook P3110 comes in Glossy Black, Glossy Silver and Glossy Ruby Red, the LifeBook P3010 is offered in Glossy Black and Glossy Ruby Red shades.

(via Engadget)

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