Fujitsu Unveils LifeBook N6200 Full-Size, High-Performance Notebook

Jun 23, 2005
Fujitsu Unveils LifeBook N6200 Full-Size, High-Performance Notebook

Desktop Replacement with Advanced Multi-Media Features Ideal for Gamers and Multi-media Enthusiasts

Fujitsu Computer Systems announced the LifeBook N6200 notebook, a high-performance, full-size desktop replacement notebook designed with second generation Intel Centrino mobile technology and packed with advanced multi-media functionality that makes it ideal for the most avid gamers, digital media buffs and technology enthusiasts.

The LifeBook N6200 notebook offers an outstanding viewing experience with a high contrast 17-inch Crystal View WXGA + TFT LCD display that is 40% brighter than a standard TFT screen for more vivid images. Built-in stereo speakers equipped with a specially designed Fujitsu-engineered subwoofer delivers exceptional sound quality and 3D audio with Dolby headphone support enhances the overall DVD experience.

Graphics intensive tasks from video editing to power-consuming 3D games are easily accommodated with up to 2 gigabytes of dual-channel DDR2 memory, ATI Mobility Radeon X600 graphics with 128 MB dedicated video memory and a fast PCI Express graphics bus. Powered by the high speed mobile Intel Pentium M Processor, the LifeBook N6200 notebook offers stellar performance particularly noticeable on multi-tasking operations.

"For anyone serious about games, graphics or video, the LifeBook N6200 notebook delivers on all fronts," said Paul Moore, director of product marketing for mobile computing at Fujitsu Computer Systems. "With its combination of power, performance and multi-media features, the LifeBook N6200 notebook will be a driving force in the growing popularity of desktop alternatives."

Instant MyMedia, a popular option offers quick access to TV, DVD and music CDs without booting up the notebook. Instant MyMedia also can pause live TV, record shows onto the hard drive or a DVD, and transfer existing VHS tapes to DVDs. A remote control offers additional convenience.

The LifeBook N6200 notebook offers flexible connectivity with both modem and high-speed Gigabit Ethernet built-in. The latest Intel Pro/Wireless 2915ABG Network Connection, which supports all popular wireless standards, is a standard feature.

Dedicated media slots for MemoryStick/SD and xD picture card make it easy to transfer digital videos, pictures and music. The LifeBook N6200 notebook also includes media slots for ExpressCard and PCMCIA.

With dual hard drive support there is plenty of room to store pictures and movies on its combined 200 gigabyte drive capacity In addition, for increased performance a faster 60 gigabyte (7200 rpm) hard drive option is available.

The LifeBook N6200 notebook is available through the Fujitsu direct sales force, Web site and channel partners with pricing starting at $1,799 for a base configuration. Users can choose from a recommended configuration or they can customize their system using the Fujitsu Configure To Order (CTO) program.

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