Fujitsu says its latest notebook has up to eight hours of battery life
Fujitsu’s LifeBook P8110 notebook weighs 1.38kg and has a battery life of up to eight hours with further extension of up to 1.5 times if the ECO button is utilised.
With a single touch, activating the ECO button instantly switches the P8110 to a power saving mode for low power consumption tasks like simple Internet surfing or playing of your favourite songs.
It also features a 12.1-inch wide SuperFine WXGA TFT screen with 300nits brightness, to bring about high clarity for doing any spreadsheet work, and a pleasurable experience when watching videos, indoors or outdoors. Paired with a built-in, dual-layer DVD super multi-writer and with its HDMI connection ability, switching to large TVs and monitors should easy.
It is powered by an Intel Core2 Duo Processor SU9600 (1.60GHz, 800MHz, 3MB L2 Cache) platform coupled with the latest Windows 7 Professional operating system, a maximum supported memory of 4GB DDR3 1066MHZ and a hard disk capacity of 320GB.
It also has an integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MHD with Intel Clear Video Technology and DVMT 5.0 to deliver high-performance 2D/3D graphics with Shader Model 4.0, video and display capabilities at a maximum shared memory of 783MB / 271MB.
Its spill-resistant keyboard puts you at ease even with that occasional liquid spill at your desk. With a built-in 3D shock sensor, the LifeBook also protects the hard disk drive, and your data from any physical knocks. Built to last with a solid body, the unit has undergone stringent tests with about 200kgf applied on the full LCD top cover surface and a concentrated pressure test of 35kgf during development and evaluation stages.
Other features include a 2.0 megapixel camera, 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 Anthennas, appropriate for professionals who need to log onto Skype or for video conferencing.