Fujitsu Asia Pacific unveiled its LifeBook U2010, featuring abundant computing and technological power.
Powered by the latest Intel Centrino Atom processor Z530 (1.6GHz) and Intel System Controller Hub, which enable lower power consumption, the notebook boasts a battery life of around 7.5 hours or a typical work day.
Built for mobile connectivity, the laptop supports wireless LAN (WLAN) connectivity with the 802.11a/g/n standard, and also features Bluetooth v2.1 for easy communication and connectivity. It comes with a storage capacity of upto 64GB.
Amongst its personal entertainment features, the LifeBook U2010 comes with technology that enables it to make a wireless connection to any FM radio and play music straight out of the notebook's music library, using only the FM stereo system. It also makes locating destinations easy, using the 'on-the-travel' map that gets displayed on its high resolution SuperFine 5.6'' WXGA 1280 x 800 display with 300nits brightness.
YS Ng, senior vice president, sales and marketing says, ''Last year, Fujitsu made UMPC history with its landmark, feature-rich LifeBook U1010. Continuing in its unique 3-in-1 tablet/notebook/handheld PC tradition, the amazing LifeBook U2010 cements our triumph in this field as it replicates the ingenuity of the U1010 as well as accentuating its lifestyle capabilities with a distinctive GPS navigation feature and wireless music on-demand – all while remaining fashionably small and powerfully compact.''
weighing a light 610 grams, the notebook has a built in 1.3 mega-pixel camera and comes loaded with a windows operating system. Given a slip-resistant base, the LifeBook U2010 swivels and turns over to double up as a hand-held tablet PC convenient for scribbling short notes.
This Fujitsu PC keeps confidential documents private by using a 2-level BIOS lock, and has a Fingerprint Sensor that allows the encryption of sensitive files with a swipe of your pre-registered fingerprint.