Fujitsu Computer Systems announced that its popular LifeBook® S2000 thin and light notebook now features AMD Turion™ 64 mobile technology offering excellent overall performance for 32-bit and 64-bit applications, as well as Enhanced Virus Protection1. This offering provides consumers a value-priced, full-featured and ultra-portable system.
The LifeBook S2000 notebook broadens the popular LifeBook notebook series beyond mobile professionals to appeal to price-sensitive markets including education. Students require affordably priced notebooks that are easy to carry, offer a large screen with a full keyboard, provide long battery life, and have a full range of features, such as a built-in media drive and docking capability. Recommended configurations start at $1,2992.
“With a new 64-bit processor optimized for mobility, coupled with the brilliant Fujitsu Crystal View display and multi-media capabilities, the Fujitsu LifeBook S2000 notebook packs superior power and full-features into a surprisingly thin and light form-factor,” said Paul Moore, director of mobile product marketing at Fujitsu Computer Systems. “We continue to offer customers notebooks that fully meet their computing needs at a competitive price.”
With a configurable weight of approximately four pounds, up to ten hours of battery life3, an ample 100 GB hard drive and a 13.3 inch Crystal View XGA display capable of casual outdoor viewing, the LifeBook S2000 notebook exemplifies the mobile form factor. In addition, the thin and light notebook offers a sleek new black exterior, new dual-layer multi-format DVD writer and a versatile modular bay to accommodate a variety of optical drives or a bay battery. The LifeBook S2000 also offers an optional Atheros Super AG® wireless LAN for fast data transfer.
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