Fujitsu has introduced its new LifeBook A6110 notebook computer, aiming to offer a sleek, high-performance, media-friendly notebook computer withouth the budget-breaking price. Base configurations of the A6110 start just under $800, and all A6110s feature a 15.4-inch Crystal View WXGA display, an Intel Core 2 Duo processor, five USB 2.0 ports, an IEEE 1394 port, an Express Card slot, Wi-Fi wireless networking, gigabit Ethernet, PC Card slot, memory card reader, and a spill-resistant keyboard.
“With the introduction of the LifeBook A6110 notebook, Fujitsu gives consumers yet another reason to move from an outdated desktop to a mobile notebook,” Fujitsu Computer Systems’ senior director of mobile product marketing Paul Moore, in a statement. “The image quality delivered by the 15.4-inch wide screen is unmatched at its price point, the feature set is ideal for both work and leisure, and the reliability is outstanding.”
Base configurations of the A6110 offer a 1.5 Ghz Core 2 Duo T5250 processor, 1 GB of RAM, a 160 GB SATA drive, 802.11a/b/g Wi-Fi, and a dual-layer multi-format DVD writer. However, users can step up to a 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo T7500 processor, 200 GB drive, an integrated Webcam and mic, 802.11n-capable Wi-Fi, and 2 GB of RAM. Fujitsu also offers an optional Point and Write touchpad, which enables users to use a stylus on the touchpad to writer, edit images, and navigation. All the A6110s feature Intel GM965 Express graphics.
The A6110’s starting price of $799 factors in a $50 rebate; all the configurations are available now through Fujitsu’s direct sales channels and selected retail partners.