Fujitsu has launched a slew of new notebooks and netbooks in Japan. First is the Fujitsu NH77 17.3-inch notebook, that is powered by the Core i7-2630QM processor, 4GB RAM, an Intel HD 3000 GPU, a 750GB HDD, a digital TV tuner, DTS, Blu-ray and Fujitsu’s hand gesture GUI control. Second is the 15.6-inch Fujitsu AH77, which will come with Core i7-2630QM, i5-2520m or i3-380M. Hand gesture technology is available on this notebook as well. It comes with 4GB RAM, 750GB / 640GB HDD and Intel HD 3000 GPU.
Third are the 13.3-inch Fujitsu SH53 and SH76 which come with Intel Core i3-380M or Core i5-2550M respectively. They both come with Fujitsu’s "Sense You" technology that powers off the display if you are not in front of the screen. They both come with built-in WiDi, WiMax and DTS. Fujitsu claims that these are extremely durable notebooks and can withstand pressure up to 80kg on their lid!
Next is the Fujitsu PH74 and Fujitsu MH30 that was discovered by our friends at netbook reviews. The PH74 comes with a Core i3-2310M processor, 2GB of RAM, WiMax, 500GB of HDD, HDMI, Sense YOU Technology, and WiDi. The PH50, its AMD alternative utilizes the latest AMD Fusion technology and boasts the AMD E350 and ATi Radeon HD 6310 combo. Its specs include 2GB of RAM, HDMI, Bluetooth and 500GB hard disk drive.
The Fujitsu MH30 replaces the MH380. It is powered by an Intel Atom N475 processor, 1GB RAM, 250GB HDD, and built-in WiMax connectivity.
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January 13, 2011